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Food & Nutrition > Does Anyone Know Which Pet Food Companies "Chicken Meal" does not include 4D meats?
Khina

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Purred: Sat Nov 28, '09 6:39pm PST 
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Food & Nutrition > Does Anyone Know Which Pet Food Companies "Chicken Meal" does not include 4D meats?
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Purred: Wed Nov 25, '09 1:06pm PST 
Eliminating poop odor is easy. Feed raw.
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Cat Health > help bad poopy

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Purred: Wed Nov 25, '09 1:06am PST 
You need to get to the vet. This could be a sign of something serious. Black, tarry poop is a sign of digested blood. So unless you're feeding bloody meats like heart, this means that there is bleeding somewhere high in the digestive system.

Read this: http://www.petplace.com/cats/melena-blood-in-stool-in-cats/page1.asp x
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Raw Food Diet > Cheap boneless meats?

Khina

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Purred: Tue Nov 24, '09 8:15am PST 
Wonderful suggestions already mentioned. I would also add that talking to butchers, farmers or other meat vendors is invaluable. They can set aside scraps and notify you of meat that's past the sell by date that you can pick up on the cheap.
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Raw Food Diet > I do not like raw, or no I don't

Khina

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Purred: Tue Nov 24, '09 8:07am PST 
Variety - offer a different meat every meal
Texture - try cutting it up into different sized chunks and see what they like
Smell - maybe you need to stink it up a bit. You could try quickly searing or blanching the BONELESS meat chunks, coating meat with meat baby food, pureed liver or even crushed kibble.

Also if you were previously feeding kibble and still have some left over, GET IT OUT OF THE HOUSE! Cats have good sniffers and if they can smell the kibble krack they may refuse other foods.

Don't give up!
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Food & Nutrition > Picky senior cat...help...
Khina

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Purred: Tue Nov 24, '09 7:54am PST 
If you're willing to go the real food route try this:
Skip the food bowl and use a towel or placemat. "Accidentally" drop some meat off a plate as you're walking by. See if kitty jumps on it like it's a wondrous treasure. There is nothing tastier than forbidden fruit, so see if that method might jump start kitty's interest in real food.
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Cat Health > is surgery our only option for object/tumor

Khina

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Purred: Tue Nov 24, '09 4:15am PST 
I am so sorry. Our little ferret, Ghia passed this last August from lymphoma. It's a horrible thing and comes on so quickly. I hope the biopsy shows something other than that.
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Cat Health > is surgery our only option for object/tumor

Khina

Don't breed or- buy when shelter- pets die
 
 
Purred: Mon Nov 23, '09 10:13am PST 
There are a lot of foreign bodies that will not show up on an x-ray. Foam comes to mind.

I think you have two options here and I don't think you have much time to make the decision.

1. Get an ultrasound done and see if you can find out what the mass is. This is not cheap. You're probably looking at $300.

2. Do the surgery. If your cat has been otherwise healthy up until this, I would go with this option. An ultrasound will likely show that surgery is necessary anyway, so save that money and put it toward the surgery.

I really don't think you have the time to wait to see if the object will pass on its own. Do the surgery.
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Cat Health > 12 week old won't eat, is gagging, diarrhea

Khina

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Purred: Thu Nov 12, '09 11:33am PST 
Has your vet ruled out the possibility of a blockage? If she's only having diarrhea maybe she has some sort of partial blockage. Will she eat pumpkin or squash purée?

Obviously Aura needs to get nutrition in any way possible. Were she one of my critters I would get a free range organic chicken, boil it down, remove all the bones and purée it to mush using the cooking liquid to thin as needed. To this I would add squash purée. Keep her diet as simple as possible with the bare minimum of ingredients.

Get well soon, Aura! I hope the vet can figure this out for you.
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Behavior & Training > what does your cat like to eat? Minou likes Everything!
Khina

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Purred: Sun Nov 8, '09 5:23pm PST 
We are raw fed kitties and we lke:

rabbit
beef
beef heart
beef kidney
chicken
chicken giblets
turkey
turkey giblets
duck
duck giblets
quail
frog legs
pork
pork kidney
pork brains
pork tongue
lamb
bison
bison liver
scraps of sashimi fish
a bite of shrimp now and then
dehydrated lamb lung
dried calamari
when we can catch them, grasshoppers
we also catch our own mice once in a while

I think I named most of the stuff we eat regularly. We really enjoy variety and get a bit snooty if we're fed the same thing two meals in a row.
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