I'll try the newspapers as well. This should make washing the pans easier!
Marylyn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you have the patience and extra
boxes you can line the bottom of a box with newspapers and top with litter.
The litter needs to the poured from one box to another
Even some of the litter companies mix the crystals and scoopable. I just
prefer to do it myself so I know what is what (and it is cheaper). I have gone
all silica with a cat and it was great. Aside from scooping out the poop
regularly the litter didn't need to be changed as long as it was
I had three cats when I tried the crystals alone, and I did *not* like the
results at all.? The crystals yellowed and smelled horrible before a week was
up.? They just didn't work for me at all; however, with the suggestions you
guys? had, I tried mixing my Tidy Cats with crystals (I split a
I'm so very sorry to hear about Chelsea. How devastating for you. As you
say, though her life was cut tragically and horribly short, she at least
knew she was loved and treasured.
Thanks for taking the time to remind us about the need for regular
check-ups. Because I have 5 cats, I am
I always thought heartworms may have been the cause of Tiny's sudden death
last Christmas day. He was Felv positive, but his death seemed unrelated it
was quick, but not pleasant to witnesss. I had even told a vet the summer
before he died that i worried he either had heartworms or asthma. He had
Barb - Thanks for all your research. The Cat Clinic was suggested from someone
else as well, unfortunately they are a bit too far for me.
Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2007 14:25:24 -0700 (PDT)
From: Barb Moermond [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: Vet Recommendation
The pearls are horrible. They may have reformulated them now, so I think they
are a little bigger (?), but originally, they were really small, perfectly
round pearls and they get everywhere! Monkee would inadvertently track them
out of the litter box with him on his feet and then they just
I just checked for Cornell's recommendations. You are correct it looks like
only the FeLV vaccine needs to be done this year. Basically it states the
other vaccines(not rabies) can be done several years apart. It says they are
still not certain how long the FeLV vaccine is effective so
Dixie gets the pearls hung in her paws and, well, it irritates them. That is
why she and I like the chrysals.
If you have men who will
exclude any of God's creatures
from the shelter of
Did they ever clean his ears? If so, that can cause
the tilting. It can take as much as 3 mo. to go away.
Went through this last year. Cat is fine now.
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Hey guys. Whitey is still having some issues and
I was hoping some of the
I just receved an e-mail that we lost another one of our boys.Sweet crumpled
ear big footed Yogi had to leave us today.This volunteering stuff sure can be
hard.But just getting a chance to love them at all is rewaring in itself.Thank
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