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Who's Feeling Silly > Song tag
KIKI

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Purred: Tue Jul 9, '13 9:55am PST 
I almost do- Taylor Swift
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Who's Feeling Silly > Song tag
KIKI

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Purred: Sat Jun 29, '13 5:27pm PST 
Come on, wheres all the kitties at???
Lets have some fun and play some games!


ET-Katy Perry
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Behavior & Training > Eating plastic bags

KIKI

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Purred: Sat Jun 29, '13 5:25pm PST 
I agree with Rio, prevention is the key for sure! Some cats have this habit and i'm not sure anyone really knows why, and if they do, I would love to hear the reason!
So try and keep your plastic bags in cupboards and away from Mikko as much as you can, good luck!
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Behavior & Training > Moving to New Home & our Outdoor Cat!!!

KIKI

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Purred: Sat Jun 29, '13 5:23pm PST 
I think what Mikko is trying to say is get a harness and use a lead, but of course supervise her while she is out on the lead, and not leave her out alone overnight. But it is a good idea because that way she is still getting her outside time while making her an indoor cat also.
My friends cat does just this, and he loves it. He asks to go out just like a little pup would and he goes out on his harness for a bit, then comes back in, and he lives a very happy life smile
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Who's Feeling Silly > Song tag

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Purred: Mon Jun 17, '13 7:34am PST 
BYOB- System of a down
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Food & Nutrition > Merrick
KIKI

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Purred: Mon Apr 29, '13 7:59am PST 
Thanks Romeo for the advice!

BK- as I stated in my first post, Winter, my cat who had the blockage is still on wet food.......I said this already! However I give him a bit of dry mixed in once and a while, but he gets 99% wet food......my question was for Kiki not Winter.
Winter has constant check ups and urine samples taken to make sure he is ok and my vet is the one who told me it is ok to give him a bit of dry now and then so long as his main food intake is wet......which I also mix with water to a gravy like substance for more water. I trust my vet very much and Winter is doing wonderful now. And Kiki gets her share of wet herself.

Thank you for everyones advice on Merrick smile
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Food & Nutrition > Merrick

KIKI

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Purred: Fri Apr 26, '13 10:30pm PST 
O.k thanks again, I will see how she does on this and go from there, but i will definitely keep those brands in mind as well.
Have a good night smile
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Food & Nutrition > Merrick

KIKI

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Purred: Fri Apr 26, '13 5:15pm PST 
O.k thank you, I am going to keep my eye open for the Salmon, all they had at the time was chicken and it's my first time going with this brand so I wasn't sure.
Thanks for the info!
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Food & Nutrition > Merrick

KIKI

purrrfection
 
 
Purred: Fri Apr 26, '13 9:39am PST 
Hey I just had a couple questions about a bag of Merrick I just bought.....I have never fed my cats this before.....my one cat is still on a wet food diet for the most part after his blockage a while back......but KIKI was eating Chicken soup for the cat lovers soul, and it seemed to give her a bit of a tummy situation where her bowls have been pretty loose for the most part....so I decided to try a new food, and picked up a bag of BG Merrick grain free chicken dry food.......after reading online it seems the Merrick Salmon would have been a better option but any thoughts on the chicken? Or anything I should know? As far as I can tell it is a decent food and not crazy expensive either. Any opinions would be appreciated, thanks
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Food & Nutrition > chicken soup
KIKI

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Purred: Wed Mar 6, '13 1:04pm PST 
Thanks guys for your opinions way to go

Beep, yes I do feed wet also. I dont know if you remember but about a month ago my other kitty Winter had a blockage, which we got all fixed up, he is still on his prescription wet food although I now give him a bit of the chicken soup here and there cause he really misses the dry, but he gets mostly wet......Kiki though seems to really enjoy the chicken soup but ever since our scare with Winter we feed her 1 to 2 cans of wet a week, just to be safe. Even though she is female and not quite as high of a risk as males but still, that scared me way to much. Winter will never be on a dry food diet again, I will make sure he gets lots of wet.....but sneak some dry in there as well to keep him happy!
Thanks again everybody smile
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