Balinese
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by KittyJ
5d ago
The Balinese is the long-haired version of the Siamese, although they are considered their own breed. History Despite the breed’s name Balinese, they didn’t originate from Bali but got their name because of their lean body, grace, and elegance that resembled that of dancers in the temples of Bali. Long-haired Siamese cats have been documented over the years, but it wasn’t until the 1950s that cat fanciers in the United States decided to breed the cats with the intention of creating... Read more ..read more
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Wally was a dog person now a cat person !!!
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by Wally
1w ago
I have a 7 month old female kitten , JOY with FeLv (from birth) . Presently very healthy and active. Supplements given daily, Vit C 300 mg, Lysing 250 mg. Robotics 1 tab, Taurine 150mg. The supplements are once a day, normally at the 5pm feeding. She eats sheba pate wet food and purnia pro plan kitten dry food. She eats 5 to 6 times daily and presently weighs a tich over 7 lbs. My search is for any reviews or information on “Retromad 1 “ treatment for FeLv. I would prefer to use T-Cyte... Read more ..read more
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I can't get my indoor cat to play.
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by Kita
1w ago
We added our sweet cat to the family when she was two. I have bought so many things for her to play with, and she may like them at first, but then she stops. Laser lights make her highly agitated so I can't play with her that way. She does get the wild times where she runs around like a bolt of lightning, eyes wide open and pupils dilated, so I know she has energy and wants to play. Some toys scare her and she wants nothing to do with them. She's an inside cat and I worry about her not... Read more ..read more
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Cat obesity and how to determine it
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by SheWalksInMoonlight
2w ago
Hello! How to know if a cat is overweight or obese? You can check this video: Generally, a cat weighing 20% more than their ideal weight is considered obese. it's important to know that feline obesity shortens a cat’s lifespan and makes them more susceptible to diseases and health conditions including: Diabetes Joint problems Cancer !!! Heart disease and many more... If you are concerned that your cat may be obese, contact your... Read more ..read more
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New parent anxiety and trouble bonding. Help?
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by AspiringBiologist
2w ago
I just adopted a very sweet 1 year old a couple days ago and we've been getting used to each other. She is an ideal adoptee, is already affectionate, exploring a lot, uses her litter box, etc. The only problem is that I'm not forming an emotional attachment to her. Every time I think of her I just get overwhelmed with the responsibility and doubt about how well I'm taking care of her, if she would be better somewhere else. This is odd to me because I'm the kind of person that gets attached... Read more ..read more
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Cats obesity and how to determine it
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by SheWalksInMoonlight
2w ago
Hello! How to know if a cat is overweight or obese? You can check this video: Generally, a cat weighing 20% more than their ideal weight is considered obese. it's important to know that feline obesity shortens a cat’s lifespan and makes them more susceptible to diseases and health conditions including: Diabetes Joint problems Cancer !!! Heart disease and many more... If you are concerned that your cat may be obese, contact your... Read more ..read more
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Coyote in Area
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by MoonstoneWolf
2w ago
I'm a little confused here. I'm hoping it's just a red fox that my cams aren't picking up correctly as I've seen a red fox family here in the past. I know the foxes don't bother my feral cats but what I saw the past couple of nights looked like a coyote. Which confuses me as I thought coyotes hunted in pairs and not solitary and why did my feral cat just watch him/her sniff the ground? The cat even rolled over and went to sleep unconcerned but it had me up all night every night since the... Read more ..read more
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Cats obecity and how to determine it
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by SheWalksInMoonlight
3w ago
Hello! How to know if a cat is overweight or obese? You can check this video: Generally, a cat weighing 20% more than their ideal weight is considered obese. it's important to know that feline obesity shortens a cat’s lifespan and makes them more susceptible to diseases and health conditions including: Diabetes Joint problems Cancer !!! Heart disease and many more... If you are concerned that your cat may be obese, contact your... Read more ..read more
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Diabetes
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by Ms Bigfoot
3w ago
What advices do you have when it comes to a cat with diabetes? What is the most important thing to pay attention to and watch out for??? Thanks ..read more
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Litter box woes
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by Peta
3w ago
Hi everyone. My 9 year old female cat has recently started messing on the edge and just outside her litter box. Do you think it’s the litter? I’m going to change the brand and see what happens ..read more
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