Re: Feline Interferon

2005-03-13 Thread Melbeach
Thanks for all the input. I've been real busy the past couple of days. But I did manage to get Brissle in yesterday and get started on the VO. So today I'll be giving her second shot. So far, no reactions I can see. I pray she's one of the lucky ones to respond. As far as combination

South Jersey FeLv Pos beautiful Calico kitty Orphan Annie..Cross Post

2005-03-13 Thread TatorBunz
Do Not Reply To Me...cross posting. Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2005 06:03:35 - From: "wagsnwhiskers3" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: South Jersey FeLv Pos beautiful Calico kitty Orphan Annie SECOND PLEA!Second plea for Orphan Annie!Placement is needed immediately for a sweet calico cat, Orphan Annie

Wisconsin's Cats Need Your Help Information Petition

2005-03-13 Thread TatorBunz
This isthe petition for the cats here: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/797408228?ltl=1110750193 http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/797408228 There's also some really great information (including places forWisconsin residents to go to to vote for this issue) here

Re: OT:Check out Alliance for Animals: Action Alerts (Cat Hunting in WI.)

2005-03-13 Thread catatonya
Unless you can find a VERY safe place for the ferals and be sure there's someone to take care of them, I tend to agree with PETA. Even if the ferals have someone 'watching out' for them, I'm sure many of them are killed by dogs, hit by cars, shot, etc I think it's a very rough life for most

Re: Wisconsin's Cats Need Your Help Information Petition

2005-03-13 Thread BONNIE J KALMBACH
Thanks for posting this but, I don't think one has to be a state resident to vote on this advisory issue. Only Wisconsin residents can vote for representatives to our Conservation Congress and have to show proof of residency if they want a ballot for that vote. I've been to these annual

Re: OT:Check out Alliance for Animals: Action Alerts (Cat Hunting in WI.)

2005-03-13 Thread Lernermichelle
In a message dated 3/13/05 7:44:14 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: In Brazil, the police were shooting poor kids who lived in the street for a while, as a way of cleaning up the city. Those kids had extremely hard lives and I am sure many died regularly from violence and illness, but I do not

Re: OT:Check out Alliance for Animals: Action Alerts (Cat Hunting in WI.)

2005-03-13 Thread BONNIE J KALMBACH
I know some people involved in the Trap, Neuter, and Release progtram here. They are always advertising for homes for these ferals and many of them go to family farms. Bonnie in WI - Original Message - From: catatonya [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Sunday, March 13, 2005 6:43 pm Subject: Re:

Re: OT:Check out Alliance for Animals: Action Alerts (Cat Hunting in WI.)

2005-03-13 Thread Tad Burnett
And I would think these hunters would be shooting themselves in the foot, so to speak if they pass this law, becouse a lot of farmers that alow hunting on their property won't want their barn cats shot...I have know serveral farmers with cats that live around the barn but the farmers are fond

Re: OT:Check out Alliance for Animals: Action Alerts (Cat Hunting in WI.)

2005-03-13 Thread Tad Burnett
to finish my thoughtthese farmers will post their property to protect their cats.. Tad BONNIE J KALMBACH wrote: I know some people involved in the Trap, Neuter, and Release progtram here. They are always advertising for homes for these ferals and many of them go to family farms.

Re: OT:Check out Alliance for Animals: Action Alerts (Cat Hunting in WI.)

2005-03-13 Thread catatonya
I'm not saying all ferals should be trapped and killed. I had a feral cat for years (in the house), and I have 2 feral dogs I trapped (that are still feral) right now. I'm just saying, in my opinion there are some things worse than death. And I've seen animals in horrible shape that were in my

Re: large sheets for bedspreads

2005-03-13 Thread Del Daniels
I tried covering the bedspreads with a sheet to keep the spread cleaner longer ... the furbabies made a mess of it, rumpling it up the best they could which was quite a bit! Good idea though maybe with less busy cats. Del - Original Message - From: Karolyn Lount To:

RE: large sheets for bedspreads

2005-03-13 Thread Chris
Mine have figured out its really nice to go under the sheet to sleep on the bedspread! Its nice quiet that way oh wellit does give me the illusion that Im somehow protecting the bedspread. Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

RE: OT:Check out Alliance for Animals: Action Alerts (Cat Huntingin WI.)

2005-03-13 Thread Chris
I do agree with you on some level. When I was feeding my little group of strays-ferals, there were several who showed up that were so sick or injured, trapping was very easy but unfortunately the most humane thing was euthenasia. Its not a good life for a cat on his own and you dont see

Re: OT:Check out Alliance for Animals: Action Alerts (Cat Hunting in WI.)

2005-03-13 Thread BONNIE J KALMBACH
Yes - last week when this was discussed on Wisconsin Public Radio, an irate farmer called in to say that if this proposal became law, many farmers would close their land to all hunting. Bonnie in WI to finish my thoughtthese farmers will post their property to protect their cats.. Tad

Re: OT:Check out Alliance for Animals: Action Alerts (Cat Hunting in WI.)

2005-03-13 Thread Kathy Koutsis
I don't believe that hunting cats is in any way humane. OK, maybe if the cat were suffering and it were by injection. But HUNTING? Are all of these hunters such sharp shooters that they would hit their target and the cat would die immediately without feeling anything. I DOUBT IT! Think of how