Latest comments

In response to: Stomatitis in Cats

Katie Isabella [Visitor]
Madiodacat had that and all of his teeth were drawn soon after his mom and dad adopted him. She has his story on a tab on her blog as info for kitties suffering with it.
PermalinkPermalink 07/25/12 @ 17:09

In response to: Did you know that cats swallow food whole.??

Rebecca [Visitor] ·
This is great infrmation,Marg! Thanks. :)
PermalinkPermalink 05/18/12 @ 23:47

In response to: Did you know that cats swallow food whole.??

Breanna Thorton [Visitor] ·
Typically i read hundreds of blogs a week and comment and none of them :) Finally a blog with relevant content which i agree with entirely. Thanks for the post.
PermalinkPermalink 11/07/10 @ 06:02

In response to: Stomatitis in Cats

Kidspeak [Visitor]
People get stomatitis, too (ask me how I know! It is not fun.) I wonder if what helps people would also help cats? There is a topical medication, triamcinolone, that helps, but I can't imagine putting it in a cat's mouth! Another thing that sometimes helps humans is to eat yogurt, or something that has acidophilus bacteria in it. Lactaid milk contains that - though of course, milk isn't the greatest thing for cats. There are also chewable tablets containing the stuff, that might be put in a pill pocket and eaten. I'd check with a vet before trying any of these things. However, I can vouch that they are very helpful for humans.
PermalinkPermalink 01/29/10 @ 00:18

In response to: Have you ever had a dog with Addisons Disease

Joey [Visitor]
I loved your article it has great information. I think you and your readers might be interested in another article I found about pets and dry eyes.
You can visit the website at http://whatistheeye.wordpress.com
PermalinkPermalink 01/07/10 @ 12:43

In response to: Stomatitis in Cats

Cat with a Garden [Visitor] ·
What a nasty disease! We just found out that little Chilli already has beginnings of tartar at her very yound age. Some catblogosphere friends recommended an oral gel based on encymes to break down the plaque. Apparently you only give it to the cat, without the need to brush their teeth. Mom is checking this with our vet and then we'll give it a try.
PermalinkPermalink 11/14/09 @ 09:32

In response to: Stomatitis in Cats

Mohammad Mustafa Ahmedzai [Visitor] ·
Hi Marg!

I was just feeling bore so I decided why shouldn't I visit your blog!
Well Its really nice of you to have saved the lives of those little kitties. It's really hard to see someone in hunger and thirst even if it is an animal. You did a great job rescuing them. And no doubt you are the best person to be asked on how to feed an animal.

Marg I want to see the images of all your pets fromm kitties to doggies and that donkey as well which I saw two months ago :D
I will be waiting to see that beautiful photo of all your pet-animals
PermalinkPermalink 05/13/09 @ 18:44

In response to: Does your dog have the itchies.

Gi gi [Visitor] ·
I like your blog, you have some very good topics on dogs. I like the fatty 3 oil as my dogs have dry skin. Thanks.

I am following your blog , I hope you will mine.

ablog4everydaywomen.blogspot
PermalinkPermalink 04/19/09 @ 01:25

In response to: Does your dog have the itchies.

clarkandaie [Visitor] ·
add me in your blog roll ill do the same
PermalinkPermalink 04/18/09 @ 21:19

In response to: Does your dog have the itchies.

clarkandaie [Visitor] ·
tnx for the tip...ill try this to my dog..
PermalinkPermalink 04/18/09 @ 21:18