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  • 8 days ago

    Safe households cleaners

    I am looking for information about safe household cleaners for households with cats. The is a lot of misinformation out there and I'd like to know what products are actually safe, or alternatively, what specific chemicals are harmful so I can make educated decisions. Armed with this information, I'll be more than happy to get the word out in any way that I can. I thank you and mt fir babies thank you.
  • 23 days ago

    My cat just ate an entire q tip.

    My cat followed me into the bathroom and was in the corner chewing something. When I went to look I saw it was a qtip and tried to grab it from her but she ran away and then swallowed it. What should I do?
  • 28 days ago

    My 2 month old kitten

    I recently gave my kitten canned milk because he wasn’t drinking any water now he threw up a couple of times and he won’t eat any of his food should be concerned or just let the milk leave his system and wait until he’s ready to eat himself?
  • 1 month ago

    Cat declawing?

    I have two cats who are about a year old now. Recently they have begun killing birds every other day or more. I looked into cat bibs to stop this but they seem to work by throwing off a cat's precision and timing- I believe my cats have been pulling young birds out of their nests, so this would not be an effective fix. Would declawing be appropriate? What other options do I have to prevent their constant killing?
  • 1 month ago

    Cat eye squinting

    My cat has been squinting for 5 days, with some clear discharge. She is eating, and doesnt seen to be in a lot of pain, I've been keeping it clean. We have a new cat and she could have gotten it scratched? Do i need to take her to the vet right away, or can I monitor her? I really can't afford a vet, please help!
  • 3 months ago

    Icky eyed kittens

    We have 2 kittens that are 2 1/2 months old. They both have crusty sealed eyes. Their mamma too. But never the same time. One, one day. Then the next one and so on. We clean them multiple times a day. But it still comes back. Any suggestions other than the vet. Can't afford the bill. But most definitely will home treat them.
  • 4 months ago

    Cats gone crazy

    I have 3 cat. They are all healthy, and have lived together for four years. Recently one has been picking on the other one. The fights seem bad, and it's so bad that the one being picked on can't come out from under the bed of off the bed only when I'm home. I give them equal time and attention. This just started. I'm afraid one will get hurt.
  • 4 months ago

    Kitten ate the wrong thing

    My new 4 week old foster kitten ate a piece of crinkly ball before I could get it away from him. Does anyone know if these things are at all digestible? I'm worried that it might block his intestines or cause other health issues.
  • 5 months ago

    Informative

    My roommate has a 7yr old Longhair Persian and according to her vet he is in remarkably good health. The vet attibutes this not to his expertise but to the fact that we bought him a water fountain. It seems that cats will drink a lot more water and thereby flush the toxins from their systems if thay have a source of running or moving water. I suggest if you love your cat get him or her a water fountain for their health
  • 5 months ago

    Brushing My Cat

    My husband has started brushing my short haired cat every day. Now he, the cat, comes in the room looks at the brush then me or my husband. The cat is demanding brushing now multiple times a day. I use a wire brush, is it ok to brush him this much?