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Old 09-03-2007, 10:53 PM   #751
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Awwww . . . Lies, your critters are beautiful!

And happy birthday to Chloe, U2d!
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Old 09-04-2007, 01:01 PM   #752
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Awwww Lies !!!!

Lovely pics, I miss taking pics of Maxxy
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So Liesje!

Happy 7th Chloe!
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Old 09-04-2007, 03:08 PM   #754
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Happy Birthday Chloe

Lies, those are great pics. Which one of the cats gets along best with the dog?
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Old 09-04-2007, 06:44 PM   #755
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Um....they're all kind of equal, really. Beckham avoids her the most, but he also is the one that sneaks up on her and tries to sniff her the most often. Posh will sometimes hiss and swat her when she walks by, but other times the dog jumps over her and she doesn't care. Same w/ Marijke. She will follow the dog around and try to sniff at it.

If I'm holding some deli meat, NO ONE cares!!!!
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Old 09-05-2007, 09:35 AM   #756
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Got Zooropa and Lucy booked for the vets tomorrow.
Check up and shots before we take them to their hotels in a few weeks.

Just don't know we're going to get them there, we have no pet carrier
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Old 09-05-2007, 09:38 AM   #757
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Wayne, I just use a box like a computer box. I cut handles in it that serve as air holes. I have one crate, but three cats, plus Marijke is the only one that fits in the tiny crate. The others ride in boxes with a rag at the bottom. Then if they pee or barf I can just throw it all away.
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Old 09-06-2007, 09:09 AM   #758
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It went to the vets this morning and got worming tablets.
He also needs special cat food because he was allergic to the stuff we got.
So we picked up a bag of sensativety feline food from the vets.

He hasen't got neutured yet, we're doing that when we comeback from vacation.
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What kind of food was it that he was allergic to? What was his reaction? I hope the new food works out
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Old 09-06-2007, 10:37 AM   #760
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It was Felix food we got from supermarket.
And is reaction to it is what I posted last week.

So we got tablets for him, and he got his shots too.
We did get general tablets for him from our local store and that helped alot, but we given stronger stuff by the vet.

At the moment I dunno where he's gone. I heard his collar ringing a while ago. But I haven't seen him since
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That's right, I'm glad he's getting something better

So how'd it go without a pet carrier?
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Old 09-06-2007, 10:53 AM   #762
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Managed to get the last pet carrier, yesterday, from a local store that I didn't think would sell them
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Great.

Before we had a cat carrier I would carry Chloe in my arms to the vet...boy was that an adventure!

But now with the cat carrier to put her in it before we go we have to turn it up on its end and back her into it, and then when we get to the vet she doesn't want to come out so we have to turn it over and dump her out...poor thing
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Great.

Before we had a cat carrier I would carry Chloe in my arms to the vet...boy was that an adventure!

But now with the cat carrier to put her in it before we go we have to turn it up on its end and back her into it, and then when we get to the vet she doesn't want to come out so we have to turn it over and dump her out...poor thing
We usually end up taking the entire top off of the carrier to get out cats out. Then they are always in a hurry to get back *in* the carrier when it's time to go home!
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But now with the cat carrier to put her in it before we go we have to turn it up on its end and back her into it, and then when we get to the vet she doesn't want to come out so we have to turn it over and dump her out...poor thing
I have to the same thing with Worf. But, like MsPurrl said, Worf is always eager to get back into the carrier when it's time to go home .
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