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Can Somebody Educate Me With Cat Care?
We Recently Adopted A Cat, Male 2 Years Old. He Was Abandoned In The Vet Clinic And My Mom Happened To Visit That Time. She Took Him Home And Gave Him To Me. I Love Animals But I Have No Idea How To Care For Cats. I'M Experienced In Dog Care, We Currently Own 3 Dogs. What Do Cats Exactly Need Aside From Food And Shelter? Do I Have To Walk Him Just Like Dogs? Lately He'S Been Staring Outside Our Window Most Of The Time, Maybe He Wants To Get Out. Is It Ok To Let Him Out, And If So Do Cats Come Back Home On Their Own?

Cats are quite a bit different from dogs. Can he go outside. depends on what's on the other side. Mine run free.I have a window open in my bed room that they use as a door. my street is quiet with little traffic, Even still I've lost a cat or two tho people in a hurry. Mine have their own toys they enjoy their favorite is a red laser light. They chase it endlessly. if you want a cat to move get a stick with a couple of feathers on the end of it they will pounce on it. Thinking they have caught the bird for their dinner. some like balls to chase others want a noisy toy.they can bat around. Toilet paper roles are wonderful. Pill bottles that have a few beans inside are intriguing. If you are afraid it will come open put a drop or two of glue under the lid.
They like to be petted just like a dog except on their own terms.
Mostly just have fun with them

I Am Looking For Free Or Low Cost Pet Care For My Cat In The Los Angeles Ca. Area,?
I Am Not Able To Work At This Time And I Need To Get Some Medical Care For My Cat, He Was A Stray And Has An Eye Problem And His Ears Are Bothering Him, He Also Needs To Get His Vaccinations, He Had A Broken Leg When I Got Him And Was Very Undernourished. I Would Really Appreciate Whatever Help You May Be Able To Give Me. I Am Over 60 And Alone And He Is My Companion, I Love Him Very Much. God Bless, And Thank You.

Hi Daisy...consider contacting some of the area shelters in LA and ask them who offers discounted veterinary care for senior citizens.

Here's one for vaccinations: http://www.pets90210.org/petinfo_shelter...
Vaccinations - Low-cost vaccination clinics are offered year-round at locations throughout the City. Clinics provide inoculations against rabies and other dog and cat diseases. For 24-hour information, call (213) 89-8566.

American Animal Hospital Association
"The heartbreak happens all too often…a pet owner is unable to afford treatment and their sick or injured companion animal pays the price. If the owner is elderly, disabled or on a fixed income, the cost of care may be too much of a stretch for their pocketbook.
Perhaps they have been victimized by crime, property loss or a job layoff and are experiencing a temporary financial hardship…making it too difficult to afford pet care.
And some animals, brought to clinics by Good Samaritans, don't have an owner to pay for treatment. Whatever the situation, the fact remains the same: When sick or injured animals are unable to receive veterinary care, they suffer. Through the AAHA Helping Pets Fund, veterinary care is possible for sick or injured pets even if they have been abandoned or if their owner is experiencing financial hardship."

Angels 4 Animals
"Angels4Animals, a non-profit organization and a program of Inner Voice Community Services, has a mission to serve as the guardian angel of animals whose caretakers find themselves in difficult financial situations. At Angels4Animals we believe that animal owners should not have to say goodbye to the animals that they love. Our work is accomplished in conjunction with veterinary clinics across the country, eager to assist as many animals, and their owners, as possible. Our services range from financial aid to complete treatment to those pets and pet owners in need."

Los Angeles area:
Actors and Others for Animals is a Southern California community-based organization serving the greater Los Angeles area. Among other services, the organization provides financial assistance for emergency medical procedures for those of limited income.

Special Needs cats
Cats in Crisis:

Cats - Heart and Thyroid
Cats in Crisis Stripes Fund

Cats – Neurological conditions and mobility impairments
Cats in Crisis Gillie Fund

United Animal Nations established the LifeLine fund in 1997 to aid companion animals in times of life-threatening emergencies when their caregivers, with low or no incomes, are unable to afford the entire cost of treatment.
United Animal Nations
P.O. Box 188890
Sacramento, California 95818
Telephone: (916) 429 2457 fax: (916) 429 2456

Help-A-Pet is a nonprofit organization which provides financial assistance for the medical care of pets whose owners are unable to afford the expense
P. O. Box 244
Hinsdale, Illinois 60521
telephone: (630) 986-9504 fax: (630) 986-9141

Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance Programs provides financial assistance for emergency medical care for cats.
1641 Elizabeth Lane
Yuba City, CA 95993
Fax: 888-301-4264

Feline Enucleation/Vet Advise?
My Poor Mom Has Alot On Her Plate Right Now, A Sick Husband (My Dad) And A Sick Cat... They Are Both Self Employed And In Bad Financial Shape And They Have Enough Problems With Their &Quot;Human&Quot; Medical Bills, Let Alone Their 2 Cats... My Dad Will Hopefully Be Ok, With Upcoming Open Heart Surgery. (Wish Us Good Luck!) Her Cat On The Other Hand, Has &Quot;Feline Corneal Sequestration&Quot; And Needs An Expensive Surgery To Fix Her Eye. She Is Also A 10 Year Old (Indoor Medium Haired Domestic) Cat That Weighs 18(!) Lbs. She'S Never Been Diagnosed As Diabetic Or Endocrine &Quot;Challenged&Quot;, But The Vet Did Say She'D Need A Full Blood Workup To See If She Even Qualifies For General Anesthesia B/C Of Her Condition. She Also Has Bad &Quot;Acid Reflux&Quot; Or Something Undiagnosed (Although Many Trips To The Vet To Figure It Out) That, Despite Medicine Is Causing Her To Puke About 3 Times A Day... Which Doesn'T Help My Poor Mom, Constantly Cleaning Up After Her. My Main Question Is... How Much Is It To Remove The Cats Eye Altogether? Cheaper Than The Complicated Other Surgery? Chance Of Survival In An Obese Old(Ish) Cat? Worth The Money For Such A Struggling Family? She Is Stressed To The Max And Loves Her Cat But Doesn'T Know If It Is Worth Spending Over $500 (And That'S With A Discount) To Fix An Eye Problem That May Re-Occur... Help! Professional Advise Is Appreciated.

For the eye, you basically have three options: 1) do nothing - if the eye is not painful or if the cat is leaving it alone then this may be a viable option. Your vet would be the best one to know if the eye is painful - don't assume because the cat is eating/drinking/acting fine that he is not in pain. 2) remove the eye - a perfectly good option if the surgery is not affordable and 3) the original surgery recommended by the vet. With proper screening, the anesthesia risks can be minimized and the surgery will be safer; 10 years old is not too old for a surgical procedure. In my opinion, the enucleation would be less expensive and curative (if in pain). Discuss the issue with your vet and see if a different option may fit your budget better.

Why Do Vets Check Feline Leukemia Before They Spay A Cat?
We Brought In Our Cat To Spay, Found Out It Had Feline Leukemia, And The Vet Urged Us To Euthanize Her.We Are So Upset We Can'T Think Straight.She Had Like An Hiv Also And The Combination Of Both Are Deadly, I Feel Now, Maybe We Should Of Just Left Well Enough Alone And Taken Our Chances With Her.Maybe The Vet Thought That It Would Be Too Expensive To Treat Her,Did We Do The Right Thing?

I am assuming you did put her down.
It is bad enough that the cat had leukemia but the cat having feline aids also seriously cut this cats lifespan horribly.
Your vet knew that the cat would get sick and to be honest..treating the leukemia is a total loss.
I had a kitten that i had fixed not knowing she had it..(back then the vets didn't test for it first)..She got sick a year later which is when i found out she had it..it cost me a fortune trying to treat each illness and in the end she died a terrible death.
I know you are second guessing your self but obviously it wasn't about the money for you and i'm sure the vet wasn't thinking like that either,,the vet just knew you had no shot here of giving this cat a good quality of life.
I'm sorry you had to go through this.

Question About Spaying My Cat?
Okay So Im Planning On Getting My Cat Spayed At The Local Humane Society And I Was Wondering How Much In Advance Should I Schedule The Appointment?

Thank you for planning to spay your cat. Every person who does that is giving their pet a better life, and is helping to alleviate the pet overpopulation problem.

Since you have made the decision to do this, call the humane society today. Let them know when it is most convenient for you to have the surgery done, and ask if they have an appointment available on that day. If its a long time out, then you can be the first appointment on the books. If its in the very near future they may still have an appointment available, or you may have to pick an alternate day. Some humane clinics don't take appointments and work on a first come, first serve basis. If that's the case you need to know it, so you can show up at the clinic early. Ask what time they recommend that you arrive to be sure you get first in line. People who get turned away the first time often don't come back, and the cat ends up having an unwanted litter(s). I don't want that to happen to you.

Also ask about what you need to do before the surgery (usually no food or water after 10 pm the night before surgery), and what kind of aftercare will be needed. If you know those things ahead of time the whole process will go smoother.

Is It Inhumane To Spay/Neuter Cats?

No its not inhumane to neuter/spay cats, it can be very beneficial to the owner and the cat itself.

With neutering it lowers aggression and your cat isn't as territorial and wont have him spraying in every inch of the house.

neutering and spaying decreases any problems such as blockages in the vas defrons (tubes that carry sperm to the penis) or blockages in the fallopian tubes. decreases the risk of cancers especially ovarian and testicular cancers (because there removed) And any other problems such as pymetra.

Its Just an owners personal choice whether to spay or neuter and the purpose of the cat such as showing or breeding.

If its a pet its a pet neutering and spay is highly recommended as it decreases the health risks, doesn't lead to any unwanted pregnancies and you wont have any roaming cats looking for a mate or female in heat.