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More feral cat photos... by JazzMan
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I've been working on getting some of the ferals that came with my house acclimated to me so that when I snag them for neutering it isn't so traumatic for them. So far, this one will almost eat out of my hand as soon as he can distinguish between food and fingers:



The pic doesn't do his eyes justice, they are the most orange eyes I've ever seen on a cat. Here's another fella, not quite full grown, he's a bit more skittish:



His eyes are more yellow than the pic shows. It was hard getting these guys to hold still for the camera, it took two dozen tries to get just these two pics.

Anyone got a lead on inexpensive Advantage? I need half a dozen large dog doses by the end of next month I figure. Also, could use some deworming/tapeworm meds too.

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Pretty cats.
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Originally posted by JazzMan:

I've been working on getting some of the ferals that came with my house acclimated to me so that when I snag them for neutering it isn't so traumatic for them. So far, this one will almost eat out of my hand as soon as he can distinguish between food and fingers:



The pic doesn't do his eyes justice, they are the most orange eyes I've ever seen on a cat. Here's another fella, not quite full grown, he's a bit more skittish:



His eyes are more yellow than the pic shows. It was hard getting these guys to hold still for the camera, it took two dozen tries to get just these two pics.

Anyone got a lead on inexpensive Advantage? I need half a dozen large dog doses by the end of next month I figure. Also, could use some deworming/tapeworm meds too.

JazzMan


hope to all that is anything that you dont plan on using dog advantage on cats!!!!!

there are diff. chemical in the dog versions that are DEADLY to cats, they will seizure and possibly die!

please be careful!
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Try http://www.1800petmeds.com - they've got pretty reasonable prices.
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Originally posted by JazzMan:

I've been working on getting some of the ferals that came with my house acclimated to me so that when I snag them for neutering it isn't so traumatic for them. So far, this one will almost eat out of my hand as soon as he can distinguish between food and fingers:


There were a bunch of strays in my neighborhood. I just bought a live trap and caught them one by one, had them spayed/neutered, then released them. That was about 4 years ago and it appeared to help a lot with the population in my area. Many of them still come by my place to eat (I put out food).

 
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Anyone got a lead on inexpensive Advantage? I need half a dozen large dog doses by the end of next month I figure. Also, could use some deworming/tapeworm meds too.

JazzMan


The cheapest place I've found is in Australia. Shipping is about $6 if I remember, but it might be more if you buy multiple items. Anyway, it's www.equine-mega-store.com

I buy my heartworm and frontline meds from them. After shipping, it's still about 1/2 of the cost of my vet.

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Anyone got a lead on inexpensive Advantage? I need half a dozen large dog doses by the end of next month I figure. Also, could use some deworming/tapeworm meds too.
JazzMan


let me ask my g/f she works at the local animal shelter.
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Originally posted by BobadooFunk:


hope to all that is anything that you dont plan on using dog advantage on cats!!!!!

there are diff. chemical in the dog versions that are DEADLY to cats, they will seizure and possibly die!

please be careful!



On the contrary, I and thousands of others have been using so-called "dog" advantage on cats for years and years. There is no chemical difference, the cats are just fine. I even cleared it with my vet after doing exhaustive research on the subject. The only difference in all the Advantage products is how much is in a dose vial. 4ml for small cats and 8ml for large. My vet even gave me an oral dosing syringe to use.

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let me ask my g/f she works at the local animal shelter.


Thanks, I'd appreciate it.

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