I have several cats. I had rescued a mommy, Stacy, and three of her kittens and brought them inside to live with my other three cats. It was bumpy at first and Stacy is very skittish. She may never be a loving cat but I accept that. I brought her in … more ›
My daughters hamster was very friendly but recently she had babies and now if you try to put your hand near the cage she slams against the cage and tries to bite. After the babies are grown and ready to leave their Mom do you think she'll g back to b… more ›
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We cut down a tree every year for christmas but this is our first year with our great dane puppy daisy. She's a year old and about 32 inches at the shoulder and we leave her home 3 days a week while we're at work (the other two she's in daycare).
Does anyone have opinions on using lasers as toys for cats? I have had cats that could care less about it, cats that enjoy playing with it and now I know a cat that has become addicted and sits for hours looking for the little red dot. Interested i… more ›
I just adopted a cat about 3 days ago, she is about 3 years old. I also have a cat that just turned a year old. The adopted cat is very mellow she does not hiss or moan but my younger can does nothing but. They also have not attacked e… more ›
Can anyone give me some tips on how to get the smell out? My cat sprayed in the house and I've tried everything to get the smell out and nothing seems to work. He is neutered but this happened before we had gotten him neutered. There are some stra… more ›
September 19, 2008 | 9 | S.O.S.!
I have every type of cat scratcher made. I've sprayed cat nip on it. I dangle toys over them. I try to encourage him to use the scratching post but he does not. I've tried moving him to the scratching posts when I catch him scratching furniture.
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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 ›