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Apr. 4th, 2006 @ 02:17 pm Science Diet?
Hey everyone! My mom wanted me to ask a quick question and I figured I'd get some good advice here.

Right now we are feeding our cats Science Diet Nature's Best. They love it and seem to be doing great on it. I just was wondering if anyone else feeds their cats this and how they do on it? It's supposed to be a good food and our vet recommended it but I just wanted everyone's opinions!

TIA
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Mar. 9th, 2006 @ 04:50 pm Kitty Knowledge
Please send your cat pics, so that we can gush on their cuteness.
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Mar. 9th, 2006 @ 04:46 pm Furball Tip Of the DAY
Dear Pet Owners:

Whether you have cats or dogs, it is always a smart idea to store their dry kibbles in an airtight glass container. A lot of times gnats and grain flies will live and grow inside the dry food and lay their eggs! Gross! The only way to know if you have these insects in your home is to check your cereal or pasta boxes. You should see webbing inside, which is a good indicator.

Dogs are different than Cats where they eat anything that does not try to eat them first. Cats will turn their nose at stale, cold, too hot, to dry, to wet. Etc. Well I think you know what I mean.

Sincerely
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Mar. 8th, 2006 @ 01:55 pm Enzyme Cleaners will save your life

http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?articleid=804

“Whenever cats e or defecate, specific scent chemicals are passed with the and feces. The smell of these substances triggers an elimination reflex in cats that is not unlike the territorial marking of their wild relatives. Cats naturally return to an area where these scent chemicals are present, thus creating 'scent posts,' places where cats consistently eliminate.

This instinctive behavior is an aid to litter training kittens, since they learn to associate their litter box scent post as the place to eliminate. Unfortunately, scent posts can also be an obstacle to litter training if your cat eliminates inappropriately in the house.

Cleaning up s thoroughly is critical to preventing the creation of scent posts in your home. With scent capacities estimated to be a hundred times greater than humans, cats can easily detect and fecal odors that have been cleaned with conventional household cleaners, carpet shampoos, and ammonia. The result can be a distressing pattern of repeated s in the same spot.

To prevent your cat from making scent posts in your home, first blot the area with a rag or towel to remove as much of the dampness as possible. Then treat the area with a chemical odor remover that uses natural anti-microbial enzymes to break down and neutralize the odor. These are the only products that attack the molecular structure of the odor-causing bacteria, as opposed to simply covering up the odor. Spot.

To prevent your cat from making scent posts in your home, first blot the area with a rag or towel to remove as much of the dampness as possible. Then treat the area with a chemical odor remover that uses natural anti-microbial enzymes to break down and neutralize the odor. These are the only products that attack the molecular structure of the odor-causing bacteria, as opposed to simply covering up the odor.

 

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Mar. 8th, 2006 @ 01:07 pm Some funny Kitty Pictures
We can relate to this one because Cats love anything smelly.





This Cat looks so psychotic!

hee!

This Lady needs to be put out and shot!

Why would you let your cat get this big? Why didn't she just get a dog!



And I know what this poor thing is thinking:



“ . . .I you all . . . “

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Mar. 8th, 2006 @ 12:57 pm (no subject)
Fur ball Tip Of The Day:




I would like to begin this Community with a bit of recommended knowledge. This book is currently being sold at your local Barnes & Noble. If you have the opportunity to go this weekend, please sit down and take a peek. You don’t have to buy it, but you can certainly skim through it a bit.




 

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