2269RE: [MEFAwards] Re: In other news....
- Sep 30, 2004*coming out of lurkdome since the subject of cats has arisen.*
I had a cat that almost died due to fleas; not from an allergic
reaction, but because he was injured and they sucked him dry.
I'm pro holistic when it comes to cat care. However, with fleas
in a multi-cat household like mine, I say "nuke 'em" and use
Frontline (NCI). If you are interested, I have a few
herbal/holistic tips stored somewhere in my PC.
I used to take my cat Garfield on a leash. Fat, orange tabby,
with a cattitude, if you get the meaning. He's not named
Garfield without good reason.
He embarrassed me too many times...
--- Ainaechoiriel <mefaadmin@...> wrote:
> Flea collar don't work nearly as well as Advantage or__________________________________
> Frontline, but they
> get expensive. A cat with flea allergies is so sensitive that
> even one flea
> will cause him to scratch until he bleads, or lose fur in
> patches. One flea
> tracked in from outside can live in the carpet and breed. So
> none of my
> cats go outside at all.
> Which is all rather moot anyway. How many of you have ever
> tried to walk a
> cat on a leash, let along job with one? (Besides, I don't
> jog, though I can
> walk faster than 4mph.)
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