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Re: Slugger

Over the years I've had similar problems.  I can control it somewhat by
timing their appointments and withholding food until afterwards.  I have a
rough idea on who hits the litterbox at a certain time.  Admittedly urine
isn't as easy to control.  I always line the carrier with a towel and I
often bring an extra towel in case.  My main messer is Jack - but from the
other end. The minute he goes into the carrier he begins to drool.  The vet
is a half hour away.  It's much worse if I take 2 at a time because the
drool gets all over the other cat too.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Aplfgcnys@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 9:45 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Slugger

> It often seems to me that vets are much more likely to be in the business
> because of a real love of animals than people doctors are for love of
humans.  My
> stupid male cat gets so upset by the trip to the vet that he messes
himself -
> the girls all can cope, but he is a real "pussy-cat."  The nice lady vet
> washes him up every time and tells him we love him anyway - and you feel
> really does.
> Auralie
> In a message dated 02/26/2004 8:24:08 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> mhobertm@excite.com writes:
> > Kitty: You listen to the rest of us talk at length about our children so
> > we're always happy to hear about your babies, too! Glad to hear you've
> > got such a good guy for a vet. Our small town vet and his assistant have
> > taken it upon themselves to capture and neuter as many of our large
> > colony of feral cats as they can...a community service project of sorts.
> > They try very hard to place them afterwards and if no luck, off to the
> > local no kill shelter they go. As a farm community we unfortunately have
> > lots of strays who reproduce more like bunnies than cats. :-)
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