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RE: Re: cats teeth and other ways to spend our money

My vet assured me tigger would chew them up and love the taste-- yeah
right, never happened... but he is an indoor cat.


> Wow - gotta admit I've never before heard a connection between
> and
> cats!
> I've sometimes wondered when I see a commercial for dogs, but just
> cats must not be a host.  So, no, no protection (but mine become
> cats
> when they join the household), and no information to share, either.
> Concerns are very different for outdoor cats since they do get exposed
> so
> much more.
> Libby
> Maryland zone 6

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