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Old 05-30-2007, 09:01 PM   #61
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Has anyone heard of cats being attracted to the smell of honeysuckle?

I was just looking around for some new cat toys, and came up with several sites selling honeysuckle scented stuff. Apparently, it is suppose to attract them like catnip does, but I had never heard of that before. I know the plant itself is toxic to them, though.

ETA: I found this snippet of info about it.

http://sub.allpetsconsidered.com/Pri...oneysuckle.htm
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Old 05-30-2007, 09:18 PM   #62
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Zoey LOVES honeysuckle! I highly recommend it.







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Old 05-30-2007, 09:19 PM   #63
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I can't believe that crap hasn't been banned.
Me neither. I cant begin to tell you how angry it makes me.
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Old 05-30-2007, 09:23 PM   #64
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Zoey LOVES honeysuckle! I highly recommend it.







That is adorable!

Maybe I will give it a try. Pokey is pretty old, 16 to be exact, but he still plays like a kitten. He gets bored of toys quickly, though, so I am always trying to find something new he will like.
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Old 05-31-2007, 03:22 AM   #65
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Is it only that company's flea collars that harm your cat?
By the way Zoey is soo cute
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wow that's disgusting! I hope those flea collars will be taken out of the stores soon!
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Zoey LOVES honeysuckle! I highly recommend it.









oh my thats just TOO CUTE!!

silly kitty... zoey gettin 'high' on honeysuckle...
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Old 05-31-2007, 10:56 AM   #68
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Is it only that company's flea collars that harm your cat?
Flea collars in general are worthless and have known to cause nothing but problems in cats.

If you want to use a flea preventative I would ONLY use Advantage, Frontline, or Revolution.
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Zoey LOVES honeysuckle! I highly recommend it.









we bought one for the kids too but the little one chewed a hole in it so now there are little pieces of honeysuckle all over the house...
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Old 05-31-2007, 01:33 PM   #71
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Flea collars in general are worthless and have known to cause nothing but problems in cats.
That, and you don't want ANY kind of collar on a cat that isn't a "breakaway" collar.
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Haven't shared here yet, i have limited time for this interference addiction!!! My cat is adorable. We rescued her from the roadside after a rainstorm- she was 3 weeks old. She dashed across 2 lanes of BUSY traffic, and made it, settling down right next to our car, on the sidewalk. She is now a total lap cat. I've been raising 4 kittens that i found outside my yard since they were 2-3 weeks old, and at 8 weeks, yesterday, had to bring them to a shelter. i couldn't find homes for them and couldn't keep any..i have been crying for 2 days, i miss them so much. they were so unsocial at first, and then i got them to trust me and play and purr whenever someone petted them. Feeling very but know they are safe and healthy.
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My Chloe has been binge-eating lately. She's fat, so we have her eating only 2/3 cup of her food a day, 1/3 in the morning and 1/3 in the evening.

That's normally enough to last her, but lately she gobbles up what shes given immediately, then continues to act hungry and ask for more.

Granted, she has been receiving much less food from the table, so that could have something to do with it. Otherwise she's been acting normal.

If this keeps up we may have to call the vet, unless y'all can think of what may be going on. I'm kind of worried
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eating for 2?

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