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Cat Health > FIV positive cats introduced to cats without it?

Mortimer

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Purred: Sun Nov 25, '12 10:43am PST 
Ruffy, that was wonderful!
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Cat Health > FIV positive cats introduced to cats without it?
Mortimer

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Purred: Fri Nov 23, '12 12:03pm PST 
Sushi, good for you for not blindly following! FIV is only passed through blood-drawn bites in cat fights. A cat that grew up with me was FIV positive and never gave it to any of us. He died of megacolon, but was otherwise healthy.
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Cat Health > vomiting

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Purred: Fri Nov 23, '12 11:34am PST 
Hi Winter. Since you are so young and there have been no food changes or anything, I would guess it's hairballs. Try using a hairball gel and try a hairball or indoor formula food, or add pumpkin to your food. 90% of vomiting cases in cats are due to hairballs.
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Food & Nutrition > hair loss and weight loss on Hill's c/d

Mortimer

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Purred: Fri Nov 23, '12 11:08am PST 
I can't believe a vet told you no canned food! That is the best thing you can give a urinary cat. Get rid of dry! And those "holistic" foods usually don't have appropriate pH balance. Demand a wet food from your vet, and try a different brand.
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Food & Nutrition > Best canned cat food

Mortimer

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Purred: Wed Jul 4, '12 10:50am PST 
I have to have mostly canned food mixed with a little dry for crunchy satisfaction. I have trouble digesting food, so I can't eat kibble. I like Hill's adult light. It has alot of fiber to help with digestability.
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Cat Health > Hairballs
Mortimer

Momma loves my- beautiful eyes
 
 
Purred: Sun Jul 1, '12 9:06pm PST 
I always vomit hairballs. It sounds like normal vomiting. Most feline vomiting is due to hairballs. Hairball or indoor formula food works very well to help. I won't eat the gel.
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