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Other Meows & Purrs > Halloween keeping kitties safe
Daigon

Tiny girl, tiny- peep voice.
 
 
Purred: Thu Oct 31, '13 9:59pm PST 
Darlin' you are so right. People can be so vicious. have all 4 of my blackies in with me as well as the remaining clan 13, all various shades. Yeah, I live in the country, have no neighbors, no random visitors but I am more paranoid in my old age. I keep ALL my cats inside at night.

Hope all fellow Black Cat(sters) have a safe and wonderful Halloween!!
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Other Meows & Purrs > Catster moms age group
Daigon

Tiny girl, tiny- peep voice.
 
 
Purred: Thu Oct 31, '13 9:56pm PST 
I'm a G girl. I will be 54 Thanksgiving. Right now I am being taught how to type by Coco Bean, one of my 17 felines.
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Raw Food Diet > butcher was mean, mean butcher :((

Daigon

Tiny girl, tiny- peep voice.
 
 
Purred: Sat Jun 23, '12 11:30am PST 
BK, you never insult me. I fear my response - OK, the previous one - was a bit abrupt. I found a squishy in my slipper as I was typing and I kinda freaked. My guys like to bring me a lot of gifts, some - never mind, you catch my drift. big grin
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Raw Food Diet > butcher was mean, mean butcher :((

Daigon

Tiny girl, tiny- peep voice.
 
 
Purred: Thu Jun 7, '12 8:17am PST 
Again, slow to read and respond.

BK, I hear you. I was just commenting on the meat supplier. I am well versed in the ratios/supplements to the rawfed. And my husband grumbles every darn time I have to refresh my cat pantry. http://www.catster.com/forums/post.php#
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Laws & Legislation > Outlaw Vanity Tattoos for Cats!

Daigon

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Purred: Wed May 2, '12 6:22pm PST 
I am slow to read but I responded!
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Food & Nutrition > Cat care
Daigon

Tiny girl, tiny- peep voice.
 
 
Purred: Wed May 2, '12 5:25pm PST 
Whooo! Don't do it unless you have to and only for a very limited time.

There is a big difference between protein requiremenbts for cats versus dogs. Cats need a higher protein load. A few nibbles of dog food won't hurt but don't make it a regular thing. Cats are obligate carnivores, dogs are like people - omnivores. They can eat things a cats cannot digest - non plants, veggies, etc. Feed a cat dog food long enough and it will bring about some severe health issues. A cat could literally go blind and develop cardiac issues.

In the old days we used to say that a cat would starve on dog food.
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Raw Food Diet > butcher was mean, mean butcher :((

Daigon

Tiny girl, tiny- peep voice.
 
 
Purred: Wed May 2, '12 5:11pm PST 
I can't drive far so I tend to stick to WalMart which is about 18 miles away. That's close, trust me.

I can get a 10 lb bag of chix thighs and legs for $5.90. Because I have ssssooo many cats to feed in a day (over 18) that means I make it fresh each day so I don't have to worry about supplements and stuff.

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Food & Nutrition > Blue Diamond foods

Daigon

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Purred: Wed May 2, '12 4:53pm PST 
http://www.wifr.com/news/headlines/Diamond_Pet_Foods_Issues_Dog_Food _Recall_149328595.html

I jus watched a local (if Nashville is regarded as local to areas outside of Nashville) new blurb about Blue Diamond pet foods. Their final comment was do NOT touch it, just return it.

I don't know if this will relate to cats - currently it is just dogs - but I'm just sayin...
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Raw Food Diet > Interesting talk with vet

Daigon

Tiny girl, tiny- peep voice.
 
 
Purred: Fri Jan 13, '12 3:10pm PST 
SHUT UP!!

I loved you guys!!! The Almond crackers were the bomb. You have such gorgeous cats - wanted to kidnap them but I figured you would hunt me down. How many ribbons did you take home, a million?

My husband thought I was going past the bend at first when I talked about y'all. But by the end of lunch he decided it was better to see me happy, laughing and talking rather than gripe about the *cat* topic. big grin big grin big grin
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Behavior & Training > Has anyone else experienced this - possible territory issue?
Daigon

Tiny girl, tiny- peep voice.
 
 
Purred: Fri Jan 13, '12 2:47pm PST 
My lovelies,

I have this one guy, a Maine Coon (have not had time to post his pic or update the rest of them) who - even tho he is fixed - kept fighting, terrorizing and chasing off with any of my feline clan that is outside. He is a mad man!

I refuse to give up or away any cat. I moved him inside where he will reside permanently. Oddly enough he never fights with any of the house cats. He is so much calmer.

Sooo, I am wondering if this is a territory issue for him, he feels he has to protect or claim the farm. Has anyone else had this issue and if so, what did you do?

Cheers!
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