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Rainbow Bridge - In Loving Memory / Re: Alfie 2011 - 5th May 2023
« Last post by Sue P (Paddysmum) on June 21, 2023, 05:07:51 AM »
Lyn, am so sad to see Alfie has crossed rainbow bridge.  I visit seldom these days but still feel for my Purrs pals when time parts us from our beautiful babies.  My love to you.
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Frances, I'm so sorry to hear James has passed on, to see our beloved Aunty T.   I vividly remember his "hiding up high" days.   Bless you both xxx   :hug:
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Health & Behaviour General / Re: Kidney supplements
« Last post by ariannajono1 on June 20, 2023, 07:01:40 AM »
Renal Essentials, Pet Wellbeing Kidney Support Gold, Zesty Paws Liver & Kidney Support Supplement, and Wonder Paws Milk Thistle for Dogs are some options to consider for slightly elevated kidney levels. don't forget to have a chat with your vet first before introducing any supplements. They'll have the best advice for your furry friend's specific needs. Good luck, and I hope your dog feels better soon!
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General Cat Chat / Re: Meet Rosie
« Last post by Stuart on June 17, 2023, 22:47:08 PM »
Poor Rosie, but I did chuckle at your first solution was to get a bigger dog!
:evillaugh: :evillaugh: :evillaugh:

Oh Stuart, poor Rosie :care:, but it is the down-side of taking on cats with unknown histories.  I have to say that when I was looking for a fourth cat I would not have considered a second female as Eleanor is out of the Bella mould of gobby brazenness :naughty:.  The boys mostly stay out of her way :scared:.


I’m sorry I don’t have any practical advice (although I do have a cat-proof garden :shify:).


I am seeing that she has a bit of cattitude towards Bella too, so it seems pretty mutual  :-: and yes, Boys are easier  :rofl:



Stuart, I'm so glad that you are a cat slave again. Rosie looks utterly gorgeous  :Luv:

Aye, she is rare like  :Luv:

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General Cat Chat / Re: Meet Rosie
« Last post by Lyn (Slugsta) on June 15, 2023, 21:45:57 PM »
Stuart, I'm so glad that you are a cat slave again. Rosie looks utterly gorgeous  :Luv:
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General Cat Chat / Re: Meet Rosie
« Last post by Desley (booktigger) on June 15, 2023, 20:14:00 PM »
Poor Rosie, but I did chuckle at your first solution was to get a bigger dog!
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General Cat Chat / Re: Meet Rosie
« Last post by Frances on June 15, 2023, 18:53:24 PM »
Oh Stuart, poor Rosie :care:, but it is the down-side of taking on cats with unknown histories.  I have to say that when I was looking for a fourth cat I would not have considered a second female as Eleanor is out of the Bella mould of gobby brazenness :naughty:.  The boys mostly stay out of her way :scared:.

I’m sorry I don’t have any practical advice (although I do have a cat-proof garden :shify:).
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General Cat Chat / Re: Meet Rosie
« Last post by Stuart on June 15, 2023, 12:09:29 PM »
OMG how did I miss this amazing piece of news.  I'm so pleased you have a new feline  :Luv2:   Rosie is gorgeous and clearly looks like she has settled in well.

Thanks, Sam  ;D Aye, Rosie is just in the process of learning Rocky her body language and boundaries  >:( :evillaugh:
funnily enough for a dog, he's a quick learner  :rofl:


Dogs do tend to learn very quickly usually it only takes one hiss and a paw swipe and the dog knows who's in charge lol.  Yoda had it sussed within about an hour  :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

Thanks Sam  :briggin:

In other news, I've now discovered that not only did the previous slaves who took Rosie to the vet to be PTS because she meowed, not only lied about the meowing, but also lied about her being an outdoor cat, I've been here before when We got Olivia, her life had previously been confined to an outside shed, and she was very new to going outside, I am seeing the same reactions with Rosie except she is more frightened, what is also making matters worse is next door neighbours Cat Bella, My own fault for feeding her dreamies, but I had Rosie sitting on the doorstep taking all the sights sounds and smells in when Bella appeared, Rosie hissed at her and Bella ran 20ft to confront her, Rosie ran all the way back up the stairs to my bedroom :scared: I did get her back down but she stayed away from the back door, Hate it that Bella is being quite aggressive, Hell, even our dog is scared of Bella, she's quite brazen  >:(

May have to look at getting a bigger dog or making the garden 100% cat proof  :doh:
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General Cat Chat / Re: Meet Rosie
« Last post by Sam (Fussy_Furball) on June 06, 2023, 13:37:31 PM »
OMG how did I miss this amazing piece of news.  I'm so pleased you have a new feline  :Luv2:   Rosie is gorgeous and clearly looks like she has settled in well.

Thanks, Sam  ;D Aye, Rosie is just in the process of learning Rocky her body language and boundaries  >:( :evillaugh:
funnily enough for a dog, he's a quick learner  :rofl:


Dogs do tend to learn very quickly usually it only takes one hiss and a paw swipe and the dog knows who's in charge lol.  Yoda had it sussed within about an hour  :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
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General Cat Chat / Re: Meet Rosie
« Last post by Stuart on June 06, 2023, 12:58:35 PM »
OMG how did I miss this amazing piece of news.  I'm so pleased you have a new feline  :Luv2:   Rosie is gorgeous and clearly looks like she has settled in well.

Thanks, Sam  ;D Aye, Rosie is just in the process of learning Rocky her body language and boundaries  >:( :evillaugh:
funnily enough for a dog, he's a quick learner  :rofl:
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