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Cat Health > Gun Shy and Nervous Wreck (Mouth Problems)
Tigger

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Purred: Tue Dec 16, '14 3:45pm PST 
Glad he is doing well, and I love his name. I remember you and Sprinkles too! Just a note - I would not give baby aspirin to him again. I know you meant well and were trying to relieve his pain, but check with your vet if this is a safe thing to do. I know that acetametaphine (Tylenol) is deadly for cats, but I am not sure about the aspirin. It sure seems that you will be happy to put this past year behind you. I send you hugs for your pain. Perhaps Gandalf the Grey was sent to you by your loved ones, (human & kitty alike) to help heal your heart. Here's to a fresh year with your new kitty! hug
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Behavior & Training > Any advice on keeping cats off of 'cat restricted' areas?
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Purred: Tue Dec 16, '14 3:24pm PST 
I usually will pick them up while saying "no table" etc and place them on the floor. This does not always work though. Maizy will give me a "whithering look" sometimes. My son tried the sticky tape for his cat, which he said worked alright as long as the kitty wasn't chewing the tape. You can also use a car matt the kind with little nubby teeth flipped teeth side out. They don't like the feel. SOme citrus peels on the counter can help to deter. They also have a cannister of compressed air that has a motion sensor & will spray air if the kitty triggers it. I think it is called Sssscaaat. Good luck, it is not easy to keep them off all the time, but with redirection and a nice place that they CAN go helps alot.wave
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Cat Health > Brush my cat's teeth: Is cat toothpaste really necessary?

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Purred: Tue Dec 16, '14 3:19pm PST 
In my opinion even brushing with no toothpaste is better than not brushing at all. I sometimes use tooth wipes for cats, or a baby washcloth is good too.
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Plus Power of the Paw > Cody Needs Purrs

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Purred: Tue Dec 16, '14 3:17pm PST 
little angel fly free Cody. No more pain. I know it is so hard, but he will always be your guardian angel and will not suffer any more. I send you so many hugs for peace.hughughughug
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Cat Health > Cat with hypertrophic myopathy

Tigger

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Purred: Thu Nov 20, '14 4:00pm PST 
I just saw this now - I haven't been around too much lately. I hope that your kitty is doing ok. Tig has this, and takes atenolol 2 times a day, and is doing well. Not sure what med your kitty is on, but if it is making him not feel good, the vet should be able to prescribe something different to try. The labored breathing can be fluid, so it is important to keep contact with your vet. If you are not getting the support from them you need, then definitely try a different one. I question everything with Tig, and the vet will double check with his cardiologist if I ask her to. It is an awful disease, but can be managed. Some kitties do very well, and sadly others do not, but there is a ton of research going on now, to hopefully treat this better. Take care sweet kitty & family. hugwave
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Cat Health > Bald Nose Diagnosis Vs. Mental Health
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Purred: Thu Nov 20, '14 3:51pm PST 
IS there a possibility of seeing another vet? It could be stress related, rubbing, could be overgrooming, could be other things too. Your vet should take your concerns seriously, and answer all your questions. I would be concerned too - especially if the skin is darker - what can cause that? I hope that things turn out ok for you. PLease post how you are.hugwave
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Plus Power of the Paw > Cody Needs Purrs

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Purred: Thu Nov 20, '14 3:47pm PST 
sending purrs your way. We still cannot comment on diaries but you are in our thoughts hug
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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > Dexter The Great. Maine Coon Beauty

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Purred: Sat Nov 8, '14 3:32pm PST 
PUrrs to you
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Behavior & Training > New Kitten won't stand on floor?

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Purred: Sat Nov 8, '14 3:25pm PST 
I agree. Try leaving some catnip or really enticing toys on the floor, or sit there with some fun toys & see if she will come on down to play. She is still a baby, and likely still unsure of her surroundings. Cats like to be up high to see better. She may not feel as secure on the floor. Patience, and I think she will be ok.
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Cats and a Clean Home > Please Help
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Purred: Sat Nov 8, '14 3:16pm PST 
The best thing is to try & get as many spayed/neutered/placed as you can. Is there any social work type of program near her that may help? If she will let you take them to clean the house, that may be the best thing. Contact a local rescue, they might be able to help you too. Best of luck - it is a tough situation.
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