Re: Please add Papoose to CLS

2006-05-10 Thread Marylyn
Papoose thanks you for the love and care you gave him. He died with a loving family, not alone and frightened. If you have men who will exclude any of God's creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow man. St.

Re: fw from Robert Macdowell (herbalist) (litter, and my invention, the endless litter litterbox)

2006-05-10 Thread Marylyn
I've used SWheat Scoop and really liked it---until I got several boxes with weevils in them. This may not be a problem for everyone but it sure was for me. The people at SWheat Scoop were kind but the advise they offered doesn't fit with my idea of what is good for cats--use an insecticide

Re: Kerry and Bandy

2006-05-10 Thread clawsnpaws
I HIGHLY recommend Soft Claws too! I've been using them for years for a variety of reasons. If you're not comfortable putting them on yourself, many vets and groomers will do it for a small fee and it's well worth it. Good luck to you sweetie! ~ Rachel Operation Foster

Re: Diabetic cat seems OK!!!!

2006-05-10 Thread cindy reasoner
I haven't been able to really read my emails lately but why was this cat going to be euthanized just because it was diabetic? My Katie is diabetic and she gets 3 units of insulin twice a day. It is a lifestyle change because you have to make sure your home at specific times to give her the

Re: fw from Robert Macdowell (herbalist) (litter, and my invention, the endless litter litterbox)

2006-05-10 Thread TenHouseCats
LOLOLOL!! OK, so I have too much time on my hands... naw, just too much cat fur on your brain! fleaing -- MaryChristine AIM / YAHOO: TenHouseCats MSN: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ICQ: 289856892

Way Off Subject of Cats....sorry!

2006-05-10 Thread TatorBunz
Hi all, I apologize for being way off the topic of kitties. I really don't know on how to go about this. I need a Divorce lawyer in Colorado Springs or Denver area CO. Do any of you know of one in either places. My daughter called me her husband said he wanted a divorce out of the blue. That

Re: Way Off Subject of Cats....sorry!

2006-05-10 Thread Lernermichelle
If she really has no income and you think she is close to the poverty line, and not much assets, she should call the local legal aid program. You should be able to find it by doing a google search on her city or state and the term "legal aid" or "legal services." Otherwise she should call

Re: Way Off Subject of Cats....sorry!

2006-05-10 Thread Belinda
You may try contacting his Commanding Officer explain what is happening and ask if they have noticed any strange behaviour. I know when my Dad was in the service the CO was someone my mother turned to when Dad needed straightening out, don't know how true that is now a days though! --

VERY Important if you give L-lysine to your kitties

2006-05-10 Thread wendy
Hi guys, I just read in two different places so far that if you are giving cats L-lysine that is originally intended for humans, make sure it does not contain propylene glycol. Propylene glycol can cause reactions in the blood. Here's one link:

Re: Please add Papoose to CLS

2006-05-10 Thread wendy
Jeni, I am so sorry to hear that Papoose had to cross the bridge. Thank you for doing the humane thing and allowing him to go peacefully. And bless you for taking in this wonderful baby and loving him, even for the short time that you did. You were and will be blessed because you did. :)

Re: Kerry and Bandy

2006-05-10 Thread wendy
Hey Kerry, I have not been to that clinic but a vet told me about it when I brought Smookie in regarding her eye. We're still fighting the ulcer. I take her in today to get looked at by another vet and if he can't get that white spot to go away, we'll be visiting the clinic in a week or so.

Re: VERY Important if you give L-lysine to your kitties

2006-05-10 Thread Jennifer Ross
Is L-lysine recommended for FELV cats? What does it do to help them? This is a new one for me... wendy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi guys,I just read in two different places so far that if youare giving cats L-lysine that is originally intendedfor humans, make sure it does not contain

Re: Please add Papoose to CLS

2006-05-10 Thread Jennifer Ross
So sorry to hear about your little one. I'm glad he didn't suffer, though I know it was a difficult decision to make. Take comfort in knowing he is now in a place with no more suffering and he is now always with you, watching over you. JENI RECA [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I put Papoose feluk

Re: VERY Important if you give L-lysine to your kitties

2006-05-10 Thread Belinda
I order all of my supplements from iherb.com and they don't put junk like that in most of their stuff. -- Belinda happiness is being owned by cats ... Be-Mi-Kitties http://bemikitties.com Post Adoptable FeLV/FIV/FIP Cats/Kittens http://adopt.bemikitties.com FeLV Candlelight Service

OT: Jen's invention

2006-05-10 Thread wendy
LOLOLOLOL ROFLMBO!!! What do you think a cat would do if they wandered into the box right as those BB's started popping to the roof of the box?! Or kitty gets caught in the douche cycle! LOLOLOLOLOL --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There's a good wheat based scoopable too, called SWheat

Re: Please add Papoose to CLS

2006-05-10 Thread TatorBunz
I totally agree with this. Your in our thoughts and prayers! In a message dated 5/10/2006 1:39:10 AM Pacific Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Papoose thanks you for the love and care you gave him. He died with a loving family, not alone and frightened. Terrie Mohr-ForkerTAZZY'S

Re: VERY Important if you give L-lysine to your kitties

2006-05-10 Thread TenHouseCats
jennifer, lysine is for ALL species that have herpes-virus problems. humans with recurrent cold sores use it, and critters with eye/mouth problems from herpes use it, as well. some vet assn's suggest that ALL cats receive a daily supplement of lysine. it is very inexpensive if you buy it in

Re: VERY Important if you give L-lysine to your kitties

2006-05-10 Thread wendy
L-lysine boosts the immune system. Yes, it is recommended for FeLV+ kitties. :) Wendy --- Jennifer Ross [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is L-lysine recommended for FELV cats? What does it do to help them? This is a new one for me... wendy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi guys, I just read in

Re: Way Off Subject of Cats....sorry!

2006-05-10 Thread wendy
Terri, I am so sorry to hear about your daughter's marriage. I have no advice to offer in the way of attorneys. The fact that you and your husband are there for her will make a world of difference in her being able to handle this. Will she come live with you? :) Wendy --- [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Way Off Subject of Cats....sorry!

2006-05-10 Thread TatorBunz
Yes, she and the baby are welcomed to stay for however long it takes for her to get on her feet. In a message dated 5/10/2006 10:18:03 AM Pacific Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Terri,I am so sorry to hear about your daughter's marriage.I have no advice to offer in the way of

Colorado divorce attorney w/military experience

2006-05-10 Thread Susan Hoffman
Take a look at this one. He has experience with miltary divorces and is based in Colorado Springs..http://www.carlgraham.com/

Re: Way Off Subject of Cats....sorry!

2006-05-10 Thread TatorBunz
I want to thank those that have responded your information is greatly appreciated and will be used for researching. I found he did this through a paralegal, so at this time he has no attorney working for him...yet! If he would have sat down with her and worked it out everything would have been

Re: Colorado divorce attorney w/military experience

2006-05-10 Thread TatorBunz
Daughter has contacted him he wants a $5,000.00 up front. Geez, we can help her but we don't have that kind of money especially with what has happened to our home. ($12,000.00 damages) So we are filing a civil suit for Breach of Contract and Illegally moving my home without the proper

Re: Way Off Subject of Cats....sorry!

2006-05-10 Thread clawsnpaws
Oh lord! Your poor daughter. Thank God she has such wonderful supportive parents!!! Having been married to a military man for nearly 15 years, I have witnessed my fair share of cases like this and had my husband spaz out and pull similar stunts (though we have no children - just pets and

Re: Way Off Subject of Cats....sorry!

2006-05-10 Thread wendy
I'll keep your daughter, her husband, and your granddaughter in my prayers. I hope everything turns out for the best Terri. :) Wendy --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Yes, she and the baby are welcomed to stay for however long it takes for her to get on her feet. In a message dated

Re: Way Off Subject of Cats....sorry!

2006-05-10 Thread cindy reasoner
I am sorry to hear about your daughter. How long have they been married? I know she would get child support but could she get allimony? I am sorry I don't know anything about military divorces. Cindy --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I want to thank those that have responded your information is

Re: Please add Papoose to CLS

2006-05-10 Thread Susan Loesch
I am so sorry about Papoose. It hurts so to lose any of our little ones, doesn't it.JENI RECA [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I put Papoose feluk +to sleep today after he was running a 106.4 temp for the past 4 days and it wasnt going down he also was anemic and had a heart mummer and wasnt getting

Re: Please add Papoose to CLS

2006-05-10 Thread catatonya
Jeni,I'm sorry for your loss. Papoose was a lucky cat to find a family to adopt him with felv. So many felv cats are euthanized because of that stupid snap test. Take care, tonyaJENI RECA [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I put Papoose feluk +to sleep today after he was running a 106.4 temp for