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Grooming > Disinfecting wipes
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Purred: Fri Jan 15, '16 4:18pm PST 
Hi, can anyone suggest disinfecting antibacterial wipes that I can wipe my cat instead of showering her?
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Grooming > Disinfecting wipes
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Purred: Fri Jan 15, '16 3:02pm PST 
Hi, can anyone suggest disinfecting antibacterial wipes that I can wipe my cat instead of showering her?
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Cat Health > lump on the leg

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Purred: Fri Jan 15, '16 9:44am PST 
Thank you! She is going through surgery today that should go 'super' according to the vet. I should be able to pick her up at the end of the day.
The vet did the biopsy before the surgery that showed the lump to be the mast cell but they don't know whether it's a bad one or not and decided to remove it.
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Cat Health > lump on the leg

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Purred: Mon Jan 4, '16 7:22pm PST 
Thank you. I should have a response by Wednesday.
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Siberian > My Ivan has stopped growing. :(

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Purred: Sun Jun 21, '15 5:01pm PST 
Hi! I think it might be individual and genetic. I don't have male kitties but I have two females and they are from different breeders. One of them is 12 pounds and the other is 8. They are less than a year apart though. The little one doesn't eat much and likes frequent eating. I saw her mom and she wasn't big either. My bigger cat had big relatives too. So I think it might be genetic, though they are both Siberian.
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Catster Lifestyle, News & Entertainment > Isn't that outrageous!!!
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Purred: Wed Jun 10, '15 4:36pm PST 
A friend of mine shared this with me and I was shocked. How ridiculous!!

http://m.torontosun.com/2015/06/09/owning-cats-linke d-to-schizophrenia-bipolar-disorder#
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Cat Health > Not eating

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Purred: Sat Dec 13, '14 2:20am PST 
Hi,
One of my kitties stopped eating all of a sudden. The day before she vomited after eating and then didn't eat for the whole day aside from a few treats. She is also hiding and hisses if I want to take her out. I also noticed that she smells ungroomed, like pee.
Any suggestions on how to proceed and when to bring her to the vet?
Would appreciate any advice.
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Raw Food Diet > freeze dried raw

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Purred: Sun Jan 12, '14 5:14pm PST 
thanks. i got some more freeze dried food based on your advice. Let's see whether she likes that too.
She does drink more from the freeze dried food then from kibble actually. Guess that's good.
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Raw Food Diet > freeze dried raw

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Purred: Thu Jan 9, '14 2:59pm PST 
Hi cat lovers!
One of my kitties loves all raw. I do frankenprey and Instinct raw when in a rush. But my other kitty who was raised on kibble does not like much of anything: loves kibble, eats a bit of wet food and no raw. I tried switching her... but she ended up not eating at all ... so i gave up. She is very very (!!!) finicky. Needs variety even in things that she eats, like kibble and wet food. This is the cat that would rather starve than eat something she does not prefer....
Recently, i saw freeze dried food from Instinct in Petco (among other raw Instinct stuff; it is finally in mainstream stores). And Alleluia, she seems to love it.
So, i was wondering whether anyone had experience with freeze dried cat food. Any thoughts and brand suggestions?
I wish i can switch her to raw, but she immediately gets very skinny when i try to feed her raw and she is a small Siberian anyways, especially compared to my other kitty.
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Cat Health > Da bird thread
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Purred: Mon Oct 14, '13 5:34am PST 
Hi catsters,
I am suspecting that a week ago my cat ate the string from da bird. I think I saw remnants of it in the litter. .. She is totally fine. Not showing any signs of feeling ill. She is playful and hungry as usual. Should I still bring her to the vet ? I don't wanna stress her for nothing but I am worried a bit.
Thanks for your advice.
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