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Get Well Soon > Hazel Lucy's List for Kitties in Need of Purrs
Percy

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Purred: Fri Feb 1, '13 12:16pm PST 
Many purrs and loving headbutts to all our departed friends. I am sad for all the losses. Blessing to all your grieving families.
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Get Well Soon > Hazel Lucy's List for Kitties in Need of Purrs
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Purred: Tue Jan 15, '13 9:45pm PST 
Hugs and purrs for Lady and her surgery! Purrs for Orange Ruffy and happy purrs for Nat Cat, that she continues to feel well.
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Cat Health > Do you collar your indoor cat?

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Purred: Fri Dec 21, '12 6:22pm PST 
We are all chipped, but Mom has also tried to put collars on us so people don't mistake us for strays. We all take them off though. Only one kept his on, he has passed on now.
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Get Well Soon > Hazel Lucy's List for Kitties in Need of Purrs

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Purred: Sun Dec 16, '12 11:14am PST 
Sky, Gizmo, Ethan hug
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Senior Cats > Senior Cat in New Home Has Mats

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Purred: Mon Dec 10, '12 9:09pm PST 
I would start getting them out as soon as possible, it can cause skin problems if left for too long. Just do what you can, and come back to it the next day if you need to.
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Cat Health > Please help! :( Two kittens with coccidia!
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Purred: Sun Oct 7, '12 9:28am PST 
Your kitties should be on Albon for 8-10 days. It is an antibiotic. Coccidia is easily taken care of with enough days of Albon.
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Cat Health > Non-regenerative anemia and jaundice

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Purred: Sun Oct 7, '12 9:18am PST 
Purrs and hugs, my friend!
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Cat Health > Kidney Disease

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Purred: Sun Oct 7, '12 9:09am PST 
My dog brother has kidney disease, and diet is very important! You don't have to settle for Hills. Foxie was on Royal Canin Renal MP, and now Purina NF. Iams also has a renal diet that is very good. All are veterinary kidney diets though.
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Cat Health > Cats frequent urination.

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Purred: Fri Sep 28, '12 6:18pm PST 
Do you have more than one litterbox in the house available? Did you have a urinalysis done at the vet? Peeing on items can be a symptom of bladder infection due to the painful urgency to urinate. Feeding canned food helps against bladder infections due to higher moisture content.
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Cats and a Clean Home > Fleas and vacuuming; will it ever end?
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Purred: Fri Sep 7, '12 7:39am PST 
The eggs that the fleas laid in your carpet can incubate a long time, hatching out possibly next summer. Put your animals on Program, year-round, and all fleas will be unable to lay eggs. Then, your carpets will be flea free.
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