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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > how do i say goodbye ?
Tigger

Knead softly &- carry a big purr
 
 
Purred: Tue Apr 22, '14 6:12pm PST 
I was unable to get on here Friday to post. I am so very sorry. I hoped so much that Mac would rally for you. I know you are hurting so much right now. I wish I knew the right words to say - all I can say is how bad I feel for you & that I send you prayers and hugs. hug
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Behavior & Training > Could my cats live in a shed and be happy?
Tigger

Knead softly &- carry a big purr
 
 
Purred: Tue Apr 22, '14 6:10pm PST 
I think that you have put much thought into this. While it is not the most ideal situation, I don;t see a problem since you will be able to tend to them every day and watch over them. If the stay where they are at, and your mother gets evicted, they will be out on the street or put in a shelter. THis seems to be the best in the situation you are in, and you do say it is temporary. As long as they will be warm in the winter, cool in the summer & have afull tummy & lots of love - I say go for it.
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Plus Power of the Paw > My Tigger is gone and my family and other kitty are not doing well.

Tigger

Knead softly &- carry a big purr
 
 
Purred: Tue Apr 22, '14 6:01pm PST 
I am so very sorry! I didn't see that you lost sweet Tigger. How awful. I guess Emma has to grieve too. I think by giving her extra loves and attention you are doing the right thing. Plus I am sure she is worried about you too. I think it is a matter of time and healing, and she will start to feel a bit better. You both have had an awful loss, and it is not an easy thing. I send you hugs and purrs, fly free sweet Tigger. Loves from another Tigger hughuglittle angel
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Cat Health > Possible Tumor :(

Tigger

Knead softly &- carry a big purr
 
 
Purred: Wed Apr 2, '14 8:46am PST 
Is it possible that it is not cancer? And what can they do for him? They need to give you some more answers to help you make a decision here. I am so sorry that you are having to deal with this, and with such a young boy too. I have no experience with this type of thing, but I hope you can get solid answers here. Purring for you no matter what. hug
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Cat Health > How to file a grievance against a Vet in Nassau, New York

Maizy

I may meow to- you if you're- worthy
 
 
Purred: Wed Apr 2, '14 8:43am PST 
I just had a whole post listing some sites, and I got the "bad words" error. Anyways, I did a search online "how to file a complaint against a vet in New York" came up with a bunch including the state site, and several others that give you steps along with a couple blogs from others that have done the same thing. You can also look at the ASCPA website, and they have info too.
You did the best you thought at the time - and you were failed by this vet. I hope that this new one can help your kitty. We are their advocates,so keep fighting! Good Luckhug
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Behavior & Training > Inappropriate chewing/pooping
Felix

mon petit chat- noir
 
 
Purred: Mon Mar 31, '14 11:48am PST 
What a cutie-pie! I think it is partially the age. And some cats like to chew. I used to be able to let my other kitties play with the little plastic milk rings, but Felix will chew them & eat it. He has chewed up a few things, and Smitty chewed right through a phone cord when he was little. You could try a Feliway, it doesn't hurt, and the bitter apple. You could also try double sided tape, HOWEVER my Maizy just chewed that (she is a plastic chewer) There are a few safe chew type toys out there. I get these toys called nipstix, and there are a few chew toys I saw at Petco, that say they are for chewing & won't unravel. Every time I saw chewing, I would give them something else to try & change their attention. He should outgrow it somewhat though. They also do have actual kitty chew stix. Felix did not get the concept of holding in his paws like a dog would do with a chewie, but he has problems with his legs, so that could be it, so I have to hold it for him, but he does chew it and eat it. They are in a purple bag - I have seen them at Petco & I got some online too. Enjoy your new kitties!wave
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New to Catster/Tips & Tricks > Hiya! Jax here!

Smithwick

Tigger is my- favorite!
 
 
Purred: Fri Mar 28, '14 6:59am PST 
welcomecat on moon
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Get Well Soon > The New Home of Hazel Lucy's List for Kitties in Need of Purrs

Smithwick

Tigger is my- favorite!
 
 
Purred: Fri Mar 28, '14 6:57am PST 
purrs for all those in need
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Behavior & Training > no sleep for almost 90 days

Smithwick

Tigger is my- favorite!
 
 
Purred: Fri Mar 28, '14 6:52am PST 
There are also calming supplements & maybe the Feliway diffuser. She seems to have so much energy, But maybe she is also afraid of being "returned" again like her last family did, and she is trying so hard (albiet too hard) to love you. I would suggest going to a good vet (not the shelter vet) to see if there is something that could take the edge off a bit. She should calm down as she gets older too. If she is about 1 year, they are kind of their snotty teen years. I also agree about trying the hissing. It has worked for me too. It does sound to me that she is just so wound up that she doens't know how to calm herself down.
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Behavior & Training > Stray cat
Smithwick

Tigger is my- favorite!
 
 
Purred: Fri Mar 28, '14 6:44am PST 
Probably. Does the cat look healthy & not thin? If it is clean & seems to be eating then it is probably owned by someone. Other than putting a note at this house to inquire, the only way to tell if it is microchipped is to take it to a vet or shelter. You could always call the shelter & ask what they think about the situation. Some people leave their cats go outside, so it very well could be an owned cat.
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