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Most likely there is a foreign object in the eye or perhaps it is an insect bite or sting and maybe the beginning of an infection - if the problem isn't visible you should not try and treat it yourself but take your cat to the vet.

Cats | Answered on Nov 27, 2019


I was asking myself the same question when I saw my cat's reaction to catnip. She loves the stuff, but I was a little concerned that it could be addictive or harmful. After doing some research I found an article on Friendly Claws that discussed catnip at full length. It was useful to find out that catnip can be used to encourage cats to scratch their own posts as opposed to furniture!

It also mentioned that catnip is completely safe and not at all harmful to cats. It's not like a **** or anything, it's just a plant from the mint family that cats have a strange reaction to. As far as I can tell, there's nothing much to worry about when it comes to catnip. According to the article I read, some cats are not even affected by catnip so it's probably not as potent as it may seem.

Cats | Answered on Nov 18, 2019


44 dogs + 54 cats = 98 animals
13 animals find homes
Animals left = 98 animals - 13 animals
animals left = 85

The difficulty is recognising animals can be cats or dogs
it is kind of a trick question where if you focus on cats or dogs and wonder how am I going to work out how many cats left or how many dogs left it does not matter as the key is animals left rather than particular animal species left like how many dogs are left or how many cats are left. It did not ask for species left but a broad term animals left.

Cats | Answered on Nov 08, 2019


I re-roped my scratching post. Get 3/8 sisal rope. The hardest part was getting the post off the base and wrapping the rope tight. You will need a staple gun. Round staples are best but I think you can work with flat ones. Only use them at the ends and bury them well.

Cats | Answered on Oct 15, 2019


talk with a vet
maybe you are not using the correct food for baby parrots

Cats | Answered on Oct 12, 2019


Youdon't have to spend a lot of money on your cat furniture. There's a lot ofthings you can make yourself using recycled goods etc check out this link thatgives lots of suggestions for DIY cat furniture. Happy building! http://www.toolcrib.com/blog/2009/01/20-free-cat-furniture-plans-free-plans-for-cat-trees-condos-scratching-posts-and-more

Cats | Answered on Aug 31, 2019


Cat food is easily more expensive than dog food, due to dogs being biologically capable of processing vegetable proteins whereas cats cannot. This means cat food SHOULD only contain animal protein and is thus more expensive.

Cats | Answered on Aug 26, 2019


In order to lessen your cat's hairballs you should look for treats that contain petrolatum, mineral oil, vegetable oil or an equivalent intestinal lubricant.

Cats | Answered on Jul 07, 2019


Cats can betrained to use their scratching posts, so that they don't take it out on yourfurniture instead. If you need some tips, watch this YouTube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HFmfinRCJA

Cats | Answered on Jul 07, 2019


the automatic system wouldnt goall the way thru one nite, i got it to return to home position, but went to turn it back on to auto, but power lite willnt turn on

LitterMaid 980... | Answered on Jul 05, 2019


We are FIXYA dot com! The PSIRA website would be a good place to check :>)

https://www.psira.co.za/psira

Cats | Answered on Jul 02, 2019


Maybe jealousy. I fix jealousy by catching my cat when it does stuff like that and giving it several kisses. For my cat, kissing has worked for years and works every time.

Cats | Answered on Jul 02, 2019


Three ways, :>)

Get a dog.

Find a local zoo, get a small amount of lion manure, put some in baked bean can either side of the door. Alpha cat aroma will keep cats away.

Buy a kids Super Soaker water rifle.

Cats | Answered on Jun 17, 2019


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Butler Schein... | Answered on Jun 12, 2019


  • Visible worm segments or whole worms in your cat's p/oo/p or around his rear and constipation
  • ****** stool/diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Unexplained weight loss
  • Bloated or especially rounded belly
  • Constant coughing
  • Difficulty breathing
consult a vet if you think your cat has worms.

Cats | Answered on Jun 10, 2019


Google it on line or check Purina website.

Cats | Answered on Jun 02, 2019

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