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ASPCA will help your feline friends more than you can, by finding them better homes. Think of the cat more than your emotional attachment.

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You don't like my cat

Answered: Eye color change

Can happen from use of different drugs, and from some glaucoma drops.

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Ilcpa asked; Since the Walmart return center here in Indianapolis, IN (Exel) closed, were is Walmart returning the cat litter, cat food and dog food and how do we get in contact with them for donations? Best thing you can do with it is give it to the Humane Society. Un-opened cans of food and ...
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Can i give my cat people anti biotics his teeth are bad

Vets typically don’t recommend the use of human antibiotics in cats, as some of these may be toxic. On the other hand, even if the antibiotics are suitable for use in felines, human antibiotics contain a high amount of active ingredients and the cat should get a fourth or fifth of that certain ...

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I sometimes see nothing but red when i open my eyes

Nobody here is qualfied to make a diagnosis. See an Opthamologist for a medical assessment.