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Food & Nutrition > UTI; no wet, just dry!
uni- (ooo-knee)

bengal beauty
 
 
Purred: Tue Jan 15, '08 10:43pm PST 
here is a great website written by a good vet friend of mine that might help you out. i had really bad cystitis and since following the advice from this site, it has gotten sooo much better. www.catinfo.org
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Raw Food Diet > New to raw - help with idiopathic cystitis
uni- (ooo-knee)

bengal beauty
 
 
Purred: Tue Jan 15, '08 10:20pm PST 
i have cystitis too. it really sucks for my mom as i always pee on her bed when i am having a problem. i was eating natural balance canned food with extra cranberry powder added but it wasn't making much of a difference. now i am on innova evo canned in the morning and natures variety raw medallions and sometimes stella & chewies raw medallions at night. mom can't afford to go all raw yet. so far, i've been on it for four months with only 1 pee on the bed, which is very very good for me. she still adds the extra cranberry powder about once a week. i hope you have good luck with it. it sure beats the $1000 bill i racked up at the vets last year for my cystitis.
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Bengal > Why am I such a bully!

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bengal beauty
 
 
Purred: Thu Aug 9, '07 6:30pm PST 
i'm a bully too, but since there's no other cats around, i bully my big dog around. i chase him all over the house and then spring onto his butt and latch on as he runs around the house. i highly recommend it.
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Choosing the Right Cat > Savanna questions

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bengal beauty
 
 
Purred: Wed Jul 4, '07 10:24am PST 
yes, but they should never be let outside as they tend not to come back to their home like a domestic cat. they are very hunt motivated and anything that moves is a target, including toes! you have to remember that they are part african serval which have a huge territory. if you let them out, you may never see them again.
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Choosing the Right Cat > Wild Cats as Pets??

uni- (ooo-knee)

bengal beauty
 
 
Purred: Sat May 26, '07 12:14pm PST 
i don't think you will ever have to worry about a breeder selling you an f-1 through f-3 as a regular bengal. they wouldn't even be close to the same price. the closer to the asian leopard cat, the more expensive because it means that the breeder most likely has an ALC in their possesion which are hard to acquire, require special permits, special diets, special housing, etc....the more exotic = more expensive.
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Choosing the Right Cat > Wild Cats as Pets??
uni- (ooo-knee)

bengal beauty
 
 
Purred: Tue May 22, '07 7:31pm PST 
i am a bengal which means that i am a hybrid between a domestic cat and an asian leopard cat. boy, WE ARE NOT FOR EVERYONE. we demand much more attention than domestic cats and your humans have to basically baby proof their house. we can open cabinets and doors, we love to drag everything out all over the house (think wild raccoons being left alone in the house all day). and we tend to latch onto one person who we will be very dependant on, so kiss those long vacations away from home goodbye or a job where you won't be around to play with us for long periods of time. for example, if i don't get my one hour of fetch a day i will make sure to scream at my human for hours on end until i get what i want. this also makes it very hard to rehome a bengal or any other hybrid such as a savannah so you better be darn sure you will be able to care for it for it's entire life. also, alot of vets do not like to see us if we are too closely related to the asian leopard cat because we can get nasty. my human thinks that pixie-bobs are one of the coolest wild looking domestic cats. wild look with no wild instincts.
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Cat Health > ??? Spot on the roof of my mouth

uni- (ooo-knee)

bengal beauty
 
 
Purred: Sat Oct 14, '06 3:45pm PST 
oh so good to hear i'm not the only cat with that. my mom thought it might be the start of some tumor but it is exactly as you describe so now she isn't worried.
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Cat Health > I need your help!

uni- (ooo-knee)

bengal beauty
 
 
Purred: Sun Aug 27, '06 3:58pm PST 
cats like humans can develop food allergies later on in life. first, make sure you are feeding out of ceramic or stainless steel dishes. then, it sounds like you need to switch to an allergy food. i would make sure that the food you choose does not have corn in any form listed in the ingredients becuase it is a high allergen in dogs and cats. some great foods are natural balance venison and green pea or any formula for that matter, innova evo which has only about 7 ingredients for animals that tend to be allergic to everything. also, have your human wipe your face after you eat. my dog had really bad acne and now i wipe his face with cetaphil face cleaner which i use for myself and it is almost completly gone now. you can get it at the super market and is great becuase it is so gentle that you don't need to rinse with water.
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Cat Health > Need advice for staying outside this winter

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bengal beauty
 
 
Purred: Sun Aug 27, '06 3:49pm PST 
you could use a dogloo becuase they are insulated and you could put cushions in there to make it comfortable. however, all and i mean all of the neighborhood outdoor cats have died within the last 3 years that i've lived here and there were around 5 from either being run over, killed by other animals . i would stick to being indoors.
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Food & Nutrition > Is This A Good Food?
uni- (ooo-knee)

bengal beauty
 
 
Purred: Wed Aug 2, '06 4:52pm PST 
wellness is a brand considered to be a high-line food, while eukaneba is a low quality food. you don't want there to be any corn in any form in your food(cats and dogs cannot digestcorn like people due to thier shortened intestinal tract so no nutrition is gained from it, it is only used as a cheap way to make the animal feel full) , no by-products(it's not that they are from the parts that humans don't usually eat that is bad but that they don't have to meet any standard and can be from diseased and medicated animals that is the problem), and real meat as the first ingredient. i get natual balance wet food from petco for my cat and my dog, i think it is even better than wellnes and it is the pretty much the only good food they have at petco.
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