Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Acrotomophilia, 1 Sep 2009.
Haha I know that look! @GR63
That's the look of love She'd escaped from the "pussy prison" after bed time and snuck upstairs
90% of daytime is spent within 3 feet of me or superglued to my lap, she's a home cat from choice
Wow ... big black eyes. She's hit the catnip hard !
Nope, no nip in my house.. that's her natural "anime girl" look
It's been a sad week, we said good by to our 12 year family old kitten Tim who finally lost his fight with his kidney failure. Devastated to have to nip to my mums neighbour and collect him just hours before he passed but we all got to say good bye to him.
Had fun looking back in the thread and this could have been one of the posts about the little trooper all those years ago
On a positive side these two little odd balls have been to the vets and survived the snip, no longer worried about the time they spend together...
Sorry to hear about Tim Twelve is no age to go. Smart socks, too.
Have a tidy up
Thanks he was a rogue cat and had a good life of it even if 12 years is short
Haha! They love the building site, it's a playground that's ever changing for them
Kitty is now over 15 years old, and getting some bout of arthritis. She keeps looking for warm spots.
Wondering about heated cat beds to soothe its old bones over the winter. Any recommendation? 'Don't do it' could be a valid answer.
You can use those old bed warmers which have a filament light bulb inside for gentle heat with a blanket on top...
A heated blanket could do the job, as long as she's not a little cable biter.
the pet remedy heated pads are what our vet and local wildlife rescue centre uses. They are low voltage, don't get too hot and have a chew proof (ish) cable cover built in
I thought hoomans were kitty warming blankets?
We've pretty much adopted her now. She's a great little furball, goes out at night, isn't afraid of the young kids, her meow is so quiet so we don't hear her at night. Even gets in on the laundry hahaha
Trapeze artist cat!
My cats had arthritis and I used to give them seraquin tablets, they are a joint supplement and after a few weeks of using it, it seemed to make quite a difference to their mobility.
We had an arthritic cat... he used to limp down the garden to the cat nip we grew and then float back... Might not help with the problem but certainly helped him feel better about it
Vintage and colourised photo of Kitler showing off her freakishingly long front legs/arms (or whatever a cats front appendages are called) just before invading Austria.
Those are BIG legs and paws... I bet your Kitler is a force to be reckoned with round the neighborhood
Although maybe he's all guns and his back legs are tiny??
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