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Cat15
Cat15

Posted on September 25, 2009

Hi, I'm considering cat fencing to keep my cats in my yard and other animals out. Does anyone have anything like this? Can you tell me where you bought it and would you recommend it? Any information is greatly appreciated! Thank you!
Jan P.
lakewoodliz

Posted on March 25, 2009 | 2

I am fostering Marco and he is a wonderful dog. He is sweet, loving, smart, very capable of getting around with his partially paralyzed back legs (especially left). He wears boots that protect his back paws/pads when he drags them some around the yar… more ›
Peachychic
peachychic

Posted on March 14, 2009 | 1

I just wanted to say hello to the group- I just joined because I recently found out my kittie Marcel has diabetes- he's not overweight at all, in fact he's only 2- the vet thinks he may have been born with it. Obviously, I was upset at first(actually… more ›
Carla S.
BuggersMomma

Posted on March 13, 2009

I have a german shorthaired pointer who has had seizures for 3 years. She takes 1500 mg of potasium bromide and 9 grams of phenobarbital daily. She still have break through seizures. 14 in January, 3 in Feb and 5 so far this month. She is 5 years… more ›
Mamacat11
mamacat11

Posted on February 22, 2009 | 2

HI! I am new to ZooToo.I would like to reply to the person who has several blind cats but canot seem to find the proper way. THanks. Mamacat 11
Heather S.
muddymomm

Posted on February 16, 2009

I hope I'm not the only one, because I don't really know what to expect. I have a tortie who is 15 (almost 16) years old. I've had her since she was a kitten. Recently she's been loosing a lot of weight and eating a LOT. So, I took her to the vet.… more ›
Stephan B.
StephanBell

Posted on February 16, 2009

I have a Westie who had a hind leg amputated due to osteosarcoma. He is doing great 9 months after surgery and is so far cancer free. He lost 3 pounds from the surgery and 3 pounds after the surgery. He's since gained back the 3 pounds he lost… more ›
Catmom104
catmom104

Posted on January 27, 2009 | 3

Hi, I have a senior cat 15 yrs. who was diagnosed 3 years ago with IBD and just recently was found to have high cholesterol. She also was born without a back foot (which is beside the point. I give her a depo shot every month for the IBD (she won… more ›
Safaricats
Safaricats

Posted on January 16, 2009 | 4

I have several special need cats. One of them cannot keep her balance due to brain damage. I have taught her to walk and one of the hardest hurdles is the litter box. Because she cant't balance herself she falls over. I use bedding that is made for… more ›
SojournerSanctuary
SojournerSanctuary

Posted on January 14, 2009

I have 10 special needs double dapple dachshunds. 5 are blind. 2 are deaf. 1 is blind and deaf. 1 is blind in one eye. and 1 is partially paralyzed in her back legs. These dogs run freely on 5 acres with 12 horses and know where they can and can't… more ›
donna w.
dweyer

Posted on January 9, 2009 | 4

i have a kitty who has three legs, one eye, cystitis and stomatitis. She's quite the character! Nothing slows her down. She fusses at my other cats, climbs the stairs and sleeps on the couch and bed. I feed her on a chair to keep her away from th… more ›
Kristi  C.
krclifton

Posted on December 1, 2008 | 2

My cat Pearl is almost completely blind--we figure she can see shadows in bright sunlight. She does really well...however, I am definitely her security blanket--meaning that where ever I am, she has to be. Hard with 3 other cats sometimes! What about… more ›

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