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feline-heart@yahoogroups.com
3:25 AM
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53007

Re: Mini clots, or too worried?

Me too, my cat does that too. He shakes his front legs as if they were wet. I have no idea what it means.
Nathalie Bouillon
Feb 13
#53007
 
53006

Re: Mini clots, or too worried?

My Susie has also started shaking her back legs every so often like they were wet, it just started in the past month. Does anybody know if this means
Westgold
Feb 13
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53005

Mini clots, or too worried?

Hi everyone! I have a question about my cat Julie. She was diagnosed with mild HCM three years ago after having a screaming and fainting episode. As a result
imagine_775
Feb 13
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53004

Re: Gagging?

Another thought is lung worms.  They will gag/cough with those.  And I have found, at least in my area in the Midwest, they will not automatically test for
Emeraldkittee
Feb 12
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53003

Re: Gagging? (GROSS / ICK ALERT)

He has not been tested for heartworm, but has been dewormed twice (with Revolution on January 25 and Drontal on February 10) and had a negative fecal test
Jim Sinclair
Feb 12
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Re: Gagging?

Hi. Just  a couple of thoughts...not sure any are helpful. Coughing usually a sign for heart...gagging I've not heard from our cardiologist unless other
J. R.
Feb 12
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53001

Re: Gagging? (GROSS / ICK ALERT)

A really bad worm infestation can cause coughing, especially after being given a wormer and the worms are dying. Mainly roundworms....GROSS ALERT - THE
Marsha
Feb 12
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53000

Gagging?

As described in another message, llan is a 4-month-old male DSH kitten who was found starving and freezing under a lady's porch, rescued and treated for a
Jim Sinclair
Feb 12
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52999

Adopting another heartbreak? 4 month old kitten with 3/6 murmur

So, after finally finding out why I had so many sick and dying cats (I posted the whole story a few months ago; to make a long story short, an excess of zinc
Jim Sinclair
Feb 10
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52998

Re: Need tips on giving a cat several meds

Hi Cheryl, Note: I am not a vet or vet tech. Brock's medication schedule has changed a little over the last 9 months, with dosages being changed, and meds
Marsha
Feb 9
#52998
 
52997

Re: Heartbeat

hi Leigh, Do you have a smart phone? You can use the timer feature (under clock) and set for one minute.  Or, you could use a kitchen timer possibly??  If
Emeraldkittee
Feb 9
#52997
 
52996

Re: Heartbeat

Hi there that is about 30 when sleeping which is in the range of normal, although the top end. It is normal to be higher when awake and active, so it is always
Elfinmyst
Feb 9
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Re: Managing HCM and IBD

Hi Amy, I thought I was reading my own recent experience!  Been there, done that for sure J *Does anyone else outthere have a cat with both HCM and IBD?Yes,
Emeraldkittee
Feb 9
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Heartbeat

Hi, I have two Maine Coons, ages 10 and 11 (full-blood brothers), who tested positive on Dr. Meurs' test for one HCM gene when they were babies. Their aunt
Leigh Arrathoon
Feb 9
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