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What I Love About Catster > The Late Late Show - Act IV
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Happy Gotcha Day, Arthur!
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What I Love About Catster > The Late Late Show - Act IV
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Hi Gimli! wave

Hi Jerry! Hi Ben! wave
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What I Love About Catster > The Late Late Show - Act IV

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I brought some more balloons!

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New to Catster/Tips & Tricks > A new emoticon

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Purred: Tue Feb 24, '15 8:32am PST 
I wonder if this hidden 'balloons' emoticon will still work when Catster is moved to the new platform.


balloons
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Plus Power of the Paw > Atlas Is Making His Way to the Bridge Today

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Purred: Fri Jul 20, '12 9:55pm PST 
Atlas was always willing to help. He helped me countless times.

Peaceful journey to you, Atlas, and peace and comfort to your family.
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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > Atlas Is Making His Way to the Bridge Today
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Purred: Fri Jul 20, '12 9:47pm PST 
Atlas helped me many, many times. He was always checking in the forums to see if there were technical problems he could help with, but he liked to have fun in the forums with the rest of us, too.

His daddy is the nicest guy - truly a cat guy.

Peaceful journey to you, Atlas, and peace and comfort to your family.
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Behavior & Training > Drinking from Paw?

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Purred: Tue Jun 19, '12 1:13pm PST 
Emily, the key is whether it's a "new" behavior or not. I think that's why Charlie's mom wondered if she should be concerned, because it was a new behavior for him at age 6.
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Behavior & Training > Drinking from Paw?

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Purred: Mon Jun 18, '12 8:51pm PST 
Emily, I remembered that as something that cats with chronic kidney disease might do. I had kidney disease but I never played with water, either. The link I gave above, from the website TANYA'S COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO FELINE CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE, says this:

"Some cats like to play with their water bowls from an early age, but some CKD [chronic kidney disease] cats develop a bit of an obsession with water, and may play with their water bowl or paw at the water. You may see other new behaviours, such as drinking from showers or gutters, or hanging around sinks and begging for fresh running water from the tap. All these types of behaviour may indicate stomach acid. Other possible causes include dehydration or diabetes."

That's a reliable website, so I trust that it's accurate, but I can't explain why it makes them play with water. I can understand the "obsession" with water and why they might play with water then, but I'm not sure I understand why stomach acid would cause some cats to play with water. Maybe they want to drink, but their stomach is so upset that even the thought of actually drinking the water makes them nauseous, so they just play with it instead? I really don't know.
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Behavior & Training > Drinking from Paw?

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Purred: Mon Jun 18, '12 5:07pm PST 
Besides a tooth/mouth issue which might change the way a cat drinks water, cats with kidney disease will sometimes play in their water.

http://www.felinecrf.org/nausea_vomiting_stomach_acid.htm#water_playing

That doesn't mean a health issue caused the change for Charlie, and I would not necessarily classify what Charlie's doing as playing with water, but it's always a good idea to stay alert for changes, like you've been doing.
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Cat Health > Edison's Health Problems
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Purred: Wed Mar 14, '12 10:27am PST 
Yay for all the good news! Hopefully the abscess is a one-time thing for Edison and won't bother him again (Scooter never had another abscess).

Purrring that all goes well with the anesthesia. hug Hopefully he'll start feeling better right away with that abscess gone.
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