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charleymaple90

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i think my cat is a maine coon but cannot b sure anyone know for sure? x

so my little Cuddles is 17yrs and has the amazing ability to pee under the littler box without moving. she dose have chronic kidney problems (my poor fur baby) and she is on a spical diet for that, but my question is how the hell is she doing this and dose anyone else have this problem. The littler box is scooped clean and she still dose this, and its not the floor. Its not all the time maybe like once twice a mouth but the smell it potent. 

My beautiful cat has the habit of pulling her under fur out. I have noticed this at night when I am asleep or if I do not have time to giver attention right when she wants it. What can I do?

So, my husband and I got a new kitten about a month ago. He's around 3 months old and such a wonderful little guy, except on thing.... HE PEES IN OUR BED. He's done this almost every night since we got him. It's only at night though, and only in the bed. He is alone all day and never has any accidents. 


We took him to the vet when we first got him, and he got a clean bill of health, so I don't believe he's sick. He knows how to use the litterbox, and he can get on and off our bed easily. 


Locking him out of the room is not an option, as we have a small apartment, and I'd rather him pee on my sheets that I can wash than my new couch. 


We've tried sprays, taking away wet food at night, waking up to put him in the litterbox.. EVERYTHING. 


We thought it might be because he was so comfy in bed he didn't want to get up in the middle of the night to use the box, BUT last night he got up, jumped off the bed to eat/drink, climbed back on the bed AND PEED. 


I love my little kitten, but this is becoming very frustrating. We're also going away next week and I don't want him peeing at my mom's house... does anyone have any suggestions???

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    I was wondering if anyone has had this issue or any insight for my dog Guinnie.  Guinnie is a female Sharpei/English Bulldog mix and is almost 2 years old.  She is in great health and has no current health concerns other then this.  When she was a puppy she had demodex which has long been taken care of. 

    About 3 weeks ago it all started with vomiting.  The first day she would vomit whenever she ate then later that night the diahrea began.  She would need to go out every hour at least.  When I called the vet the next day they recommended not feeding her for most the day and then feeding her rice and chicken for 5 days which we did.  She got a bit better during that time.  During the 5 days she only had a bowel movement twice and it was still very soft.  Tried going back to normal food at the end of the 5 days and it was back to vomiting and full blown diahrea and also had a yellow mucus in her bowel movements.  Then we went back to rice and chicken and took her to vet.  They gave her some antibiotics and checked her out and said she was healthy and to keep feeding rice and chicken and to do a fecal sample.  They wanted 3 samples and since she only has a bowel movement every 3-4 days while on chicken and rice it took a while.  We submitted her fecal sample and they came back today negative. 

    Next they want to do x-rays.....  I want this problem to get solved cause I am tired of seeing my dog sick and I am also leaving on a vacation in a week and will be gone for half the month.  Does anyone have any ideas what can be wrong with my Guinnie?

    The dog will be staying in my house,but my neighbor will be walking & feeding my dog in the early morning and afternoon.Biarding facilities are out of the question since I don't want my dog to be stressed out since the last time I took him to a dog boarding facility he did not eat for three days and the workers said that my dog was trembling in fear everytime it heard a bark.I live in northern California and boarding facilities here charge between $16-$26 dollars per day.

    Harlem nearly died from a vets incompetance....please "skip a Starbucks and save a cat". He is only 4 years old and has excellent chance of longterm survival if he can get the continued treatment he needs.

    My cat Tinkerbell was a stray that I adopted at about 8 weeks old. She is very sweet, affectionate & loving most of the time. She does have about an hour in the evening when she goes crazy & gets into everything though!

    But the thing she does that makes me nuts is if I'm walking from room to room she will get in front of me & then lay on her back right in my path! Or if she's in the door way and I try to walk by her, she will flip over across the floor right where I'm walking.
    I've heard that it is a great sign of respect if they show you their bellies but I'm afraid that I'm not going to see her one time & could really hurt her badly! 
    I'm constantly tripping over her & if I can't figure out how to correct this behavior then I may have to give her away, for her safety & my own. I suffer from a clotting disorder like Haemophillia & if I fall, it could be very dangerous.
    Please help me! Thanks, Charley

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    Mirilla

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    If all dogs in my pack know who the canine alpha is, do I support that leader when he bosses (by doing nothing) or do I arrest his aggression?

    Longer explanation: Five-year old rescued NM Maltese dominates five-year old rescued SF Belgian Tervuren and eight-year old rescued SF Rot/pit mix. Rarely is anyone other than balanced (to use Cesar's terminology) but when there is a bit of chaos, invariably has my Maltese boxed some ears. The two big dogs seem to take the behavior in stride but would I do better to quickly and firmly rebuke the Maltese, and if I do not, am I A) possibly leading him to think he could be dominate over me and B) leading the two big dogs to think I'm not a strong leader?

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