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Cat Health > Tuna
Tommy Rags

Ragstown, US of- A
 
 
Purred: Thu Mar 19, '09 4:29am PST 
Is canned tuna good for cats? I thought not until I ask my Vet and he said, "sure". My kitties love it, but I am still skeptical. What I read about foods and diets on Catster is so confusing. I don't know what to believe.
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Cat Health > Fleas!! Nothings working??
Tommy Rags

Ragstown, US of- A
 
 
Purred: Tue Sep 23, '08 2:47am PST 
Get a Capstar pill from your vet and the fleas will all be dead in 30 minutes. It works!
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Cat Health > Too soon to administer frontline?

Tommy Rags

Ragstown, US of- A
 
 
Purred: Thu Sep 11, '08 8:11am PST 
Get the Capstar caplets. Just one will kill all the fleas on your cat in thirty minutes and I AM NOT KIDDING! Then put Frontline on her for continuing control.
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Ragdoll > Is it common for Ragdolls to have long fur between their toes?

Tommy Rags

Ragstown, US of- A
 
 
Purred: Tue Dec 25, '07 2:30pm PST 
It is a known characteristic of Ragdolls.
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Kitten Corner > Introducing a kitten to the outdoors

Tommy Rags

Ragstown, US of- A
 
 
Purred: Wed Nov 28, '07 4:43am PST 
Tommy Rags is a Ragdoll kitty who has no fear of any danger, but, he loves to be outside; so, I have a very large wire cage on my patio and he likes to set in it and watch the birds. I don't leave him out longer than an hour or until he get antsy and paws at the door. He hates the harness. Just an idea for you.
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Cat Health > Worms
Tommy Rags

Ragstown, US of- A
 
 
Purred: Fri Nov 16, '07 3:47am PST 
Hmmm, how do you know?
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Cat Health > Need some help with pills

Tommy Rags

Ragstown, US of- A
 
 
Purred: Wed Nov 14, '07 7:52am PST 
There is a new worming product on the market now that is applied to the back of the neck like the flea treatment. Ask your vet for it.
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Food & Nutrition > Why do vets push Science Diet?

Tommy Rags

Ragstown, US of- A
 
 
Purred: Tue Nov 13, '07 5:26pm PST 
Two years ago my vet put Rags on Science Diet CD after a very serious urinary disorder. He has not had a reoccurance, so I am appehensive about switching him to something else. I read others remarks about what to feed and not to feed, but those opinions seem to conflict and confuse me. Each individual seems adamant about their assertions; but, how am I to appraise those against my vet's judgement?
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Catster Lifestyle, News & Entertainment > Harnesses

Tommy Rags

Ragstown, US of- A
 
 
Purred: Mon Nov 12, '07 9:06am PST 
I need to know where to order one of these and I have questions!
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Cat Health > Worms
Tommy Rags

Ragstown, US of- A
 
 
Purred: Wed Oct 31, '07 11:53am PST 
My vet has a new product; Profender, that you use for worms in cats. You apply the doseage on the back of the cat's neck as you to the flea control solution. I just used it yesterday, without any problems. It's more expensive than the pills which I use for Rags, as he takes pills readily. However, Miss Claws is a different trick and Profender is much better for her. Have other readers used it?
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