I know that they make ice cream for dogs but do they make it for cats cause I think Shorty would like it and he always wants a bite of my Sherbert or bite of vinalla ice cream and he likes it but I know it is bad for him I think it would be great if … more ›
Are Plain chopped up mooshie carrots good for cats? Cause Shorty has decided he really likes them and I thought they would be a great and healthy treat for him every now and then so I want to know if it is okay to give him carrots?
Shorty has to have bland treats because of his stomach problem anything he eats has to be bland so I have had to imprevise for cat treats so far his treats include popcorn buttered and salted or no butter and no salt, tuna fish, tuna fish water, turk… more ›
Skitters absoultely loves candy canes I give her the little ones around christmas time every year but I worry about her choking on them and she really loves the peppermint taste of the candy cane so I was wondering if anyone knows a dog treat recipe … more ›
I need some more ideas for bland cat treats for Shorty he can't have regular cat treats cause he has a senetive stomach and has to be on a special bland diet. I know I can give him egg yolks, cheese and oatmeal but what other bland treats can I give … more ›
Do they make Chocolate for animals you know like fake chocolate cause real chocolate can kill them if you give them too much. I was wondering cause around the holidays I always like to give Skitters some holiday treats sometimes I make something myse… more ›
I am wondering if sunflowers and sunflower seeds are bad for cats my grandma bought some cat treats with sunflower accents in them and her cat Miss Kitty arrfed them up so she gave them to me but Shorty and Teddy arrfed them up as well. So I was wond… more ›
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Answer by Momba
A: Ches, I just sent you a message to let you know that all your stuff is on here. I was able to see all your photos, blogs, questions, etc. … more ›
Answer by Momba
A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›