another cat could have a cat cold or some kind of sickness and pass it along. We also have a lot of wild
animals in our backyard, I worry about a fox getting the cat. He is probably 12 years old now and may not be as
quick to run up a tree.
The other cat would gladly come into our house.
Not to add to the pain, but I still remember how my sister's beloved cat died.
Mauled to death by dogs.
He was pretty old, too... and his lady cat tried to protect him, but was herself fairly old.
That wasn't one of the better Christmas visits with my sister. I still miss the old cat.
May 5 2014 8:40am from zooerI was told that my cat has F.I.V. and
This bothers me, my cat has a good friend that he liked to play with but
shouldn't be around other cats. They cry to each other at the sliding glassdoor. It breaks me.
So rare for a cat to have a friend that is not a littermate or a housemate, but from "outside."
hm, our cat seems to have 'fans' but she manages to frightem them enough so they don't cross our border any more. Even a weasel decided to rather leave then fight.
sleeping on the back porch. Our house must have been the cool house.
Nice list, Zoo
Fri May 30 2014 14:21:06 EDT from Ladyhawke
uhm, no... they all served well to keep a little girl attracted to english vocabulary.
so, again two mice came in by taxi...
they were lucky and got trapped into the alive trap under the kitchen sink, were we heard & found them (alive...)
do mice collect XP to win the next dice race against cats?
He is losing weight but he sit in front of his food dish, looks at me, looks at the food container, looks at his
bowl, looks back up at me, opens and closes his mouth a few times and then he cries.
I feel horrible.
Just kidding.. IT's hard though when they're pathetic
Her weight is right around 8 pounds - and little of that is fat. Makes me quite happy since she is just over 14 years old and still acts like a pesky kitten!
Go get one of those 'feather on the end of a string' cat toy thingeesIf by "15 min" you meant about two minutes of sort of batting at it then yes I have used that. He doesn't chase
Good for about 15 min. of very strenuous cat exercise each time I use
the laser, or any other cat toy. We grew our own cat nip and he likes that but grows tired of it. He does like
me to chase him around the house for a bit but it is a trick, I chase him once around and he falls over in the
living room and wants to be scratched. I usually jump over him and keep running and I stop. He comes after me
and wants to be chased again and he falls over in the living room wanting to be scratched. I can do this a few
times before he stops looking for me and gets mad. It isn't the chase he likes it is the scratches he wants.
We have one of those Cat's Meow spinning toys and he seemed to enjoy that but he catches it quickly and lays on
You can probably take care of his exercize problems with a dog.
He won't like it at first, but that isn't the point. Heh.
he wont put up with any crap and the dog knows it is part of the family.
That and the dog is 12 years old and has a bad hip.
If the cat could be outside it would be climbing and hunting.
ah, then a puppy. A big puppy. Heh.