My new house I'm moving into has wood laminate in the main living areas and brand new carpet in the hallways and bedrooms.
I am tearing up all the new carpet before I even move in and replacing it with the armstrong vinyl that 'looks' like wood.
I am NEVER dealing with carpet again!
I know this is true for fiv. You can't test under a certain age because of false positives from the mother's antibodies. To my knowledge, though, it's NOT true for felv.
t"Brenda K. Smith" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Gloria. I thought I read on here, though, that a kitten this young
how do you put the tape on the door frames? doesn't it ruin the paint?
t[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Clawing used to be an issue for me, they still shred the couch, but not the door frames anymore. I put long strips of regular clear packaging tape over all the door frames in scratching reach, and
I agree! TOO funny! I tried putting one in my bedroom where they go in 2 corners. Well then EVERYONE started using it and my bedroom smelled to high heavens. 7 cats using 2 litterpans!
tTenHouseCats [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
and your point is? hee heeOn 7/12/05, Tad Burnett <[EMAIL
get the sheet vinyl like i'm getting. the top of the line stuff has a 15 year guarantee not to scratch, tear, scuff, etc the color goes all the way through. it's 'textured' to make it look like wood grain. it really doesn't look bad.
if i could afford it i would tear up the laminate in the
I'm down in Atlanta, so I don't know what legs have been filled. But I will forward this to the girl in charge and see what's going on with the transport.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for your interest!
tonyaTonya Culbertson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Tonya,Have you got the first legs taken care
Not sure if the email I have for you is the one that's working. This is a different 'tonya' in tennesee interested in helping with transport. I should have been more clear the first time.
tcatatonya [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2005 23:25:49 -0700 (PDT)From: catatonya [EMAIL
Tonya, please let me know how the Armstrong laminate does. I had quick step laminate and it has been a disaster.
She is beautiful - can't even tell she is disabled. I loved the last picture of you and the meezers. Love that you have a houseful. I love them - especially the old apple heads and sealpoints are my favorite! We have a bluepoint himmy/siamese mix owner surrender and I love him to pieces and
Yes..The torti is a very special kitty...She not only is one of my
FeLV+ kitties but she was very feral when she arrived here...I have had
lots of strays the love a person that takes them in right away but she
was my 1st feral...
But I guess one big difference with ferals they need to
Is Depo Medrol bad for FELV+ cats guys? Is there
any other drug or treatment that might help this open wound heal quicker? She
has what is described as a "HUGE infected" sore on her neck. It was cultured and
all that was found in it was run of the mill bacteria.
From: Disbrow, Kara
My frames are not painted, they are finished
wood. The tape might ruin a BAD paint job, but shouldn't hurt a decent job if it
was sanded and primed before painting.
I'm afraid I've sort of lost track of route but this was posted in another
group was wondering if it might help.
Yes..The torti is a very special kitty...She not only is one of my FeLV+ kitties but she was very feral when she arrived here...I have had lots of strays the love a person that takes them in right away but she was my 1st feral...
Yet another of us that are owned by house ferals. We
On 7/11/05, Cherie A Gabbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
What is a rodent ulcer?
Type in rodent ulcer and you will get many hits. Here is one with pictures (be forewarned - some are graphically descriptive) http://www.thepetcenter.com/gen/eulcer.html
Cause is not truly known, but
Thank you, I did see all that, I also called my vet that is coming by next week and she said to use hydrocortisone 2x a day and that will help also.
Thanks again to all...as usual you guys are life savers
CherieMari Kolbe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
On 7/11/05, Cherie A Gabbert [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I'm not getting Armstrong laminate. I'm getting armstrong sheet vinyl that is just imprinted to look like wood.
t[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Tonya, please let me know how the Armstrong laminate does. I had quick step laminate and it has been a disaster.Sheila
Our organization just received an e-mail request for transporting cats to
Bennington, Vermont. We have circulated it widely to our volunteers.
I am wondering about availability of fosters or sanctuaries for positive cats.
It is our organization's policy not to accept positive cats, but we
If the cement is sealed with say polyurethane. Otherwise, cement is very
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: Bottom Lip/Cherie (rugs)
Date: Tue, 12 Jul 2005 16:52:18 EDT
That sounds great especially the drain in
I am the President of the rescue group here in Oakdale, CA.
There are only 4 of us and of course with kitten season, and no
one around here s/n their cats, we are full to the brim.
On 3-29-05 Savannah (I had her tested for FeLV/FIV she was
negative before she had the babies.) she was dropped off
It's highly unlikely any of your healthy adult
cats could have caught the virus, even with prolonged contact. It's almost
always kittens under one year of age, or immune compromised cats (FIV+) that
catch it from carriers. I would definitely test any cats that are weak, or under
a year of
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