Discussion in 'General Forum' started by oldjersey, Nov 20, 2018.
sorry didnt see this! did you luck out?!?
My cat has started a war with my feet/ankles and I'm losing
Here are photos of mine and my boyfriend's two cats:
And here are my family's cats that live at my parents' house:
Muffins as far as the eye can see
So I decided to try out double-sided pet tape for our furniture to get our cat to stop clawing it .... Now how do I prevent my dumb ass from walking into it half the time and ripping it off as it sticks to my leg
Me and thicc boi chillin tn
She loves her green bean
he loves hugs!
When in need of a pick me up, this thread does it.
Not my kitten or anything but this might be the cutest/most wholesome video I've ever seen and figure folks in here would appreciate it
Has anyone had a cat on a rx diet then switched to non rx that is similar? My kitty is currently on hills I/d and a small bag runs around $30 and it’s not easy to afford. Would a non rx brand for sensitive stomach work? Has anyone tried it? There’s a brand off chewy I want to try for kitty
We use this one. Our newest cat was having a lot of diarrhea/skin problems, we tried several including some prescribed stuff, but this one stopped it immediately. A 14 (or 16?) pound bag is $26.
We use special wet food because his lips will breakout after eating other wet foods, but this dry food eliminates 95% of the stress on him and us.
Out of curiosity, have you tried different kinds of food to see if it's just a specific kind that gets your cat sick? We feed ours Meow Mix wet food, and have found that when we give her the seafood variety, she seems prone to diarrhea and puking, but she's fine when we stick to the regular meat variety. Sorry to hear about that though, I wish you luck!
He was eating royal canin for a few months then one day just started throwing up the dry food shortly after eating. Same type no change. Apparently then can happen? He’s ate other brands before different types. Doesn’t seem to have an issue with meat/seafood and was doing ok with royal canin for a while. Halo has a sensitive stomach option and a little bit cheaper than the hills rx.
This is Scout.
I bought this one and gonna try it out
Ended up getting it for a good deal of $4 at petco. Originally thought the sale was around $9, but the register had it cheaper!
Edit: wanted to try the Halo sensitive stomach, but they only had the big bag and I wanted to get the small one first to try it out
I hope it works!
Got the dog a new bed. Just as suspected she completely ignored it, so we put it on the couch to try to get her to at least lay on it. Still refused.
These 3, however..