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RE: Sam was out maneuvered or out gunned

Tonight, we heard that P45 killed a miniature horse. Again, no signs that the big cat was hungry.
CA POPPY 12/07/16 07:04pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Sam was out maneuvered or out gunned

The thing with ol' #P45 is that he doesn't even eat his kills. He's just in into killing livestock for the sport of it. There can't be a lot of different ways of dealing with that problem.
CA POPPY 12/02/16 09:09pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Poor Gretchen got lanced today

Aww, Good girl, Gretchen! That must have been bothering her. At least the Vet-Wrap is pretty.
CA POPPY 12/02/16 07:41pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Sam was out maneuvered or out gunned

Out here in Malibu, we have a Mountain Lion #P45 (they are tagged with GPS as newborn kittens by Wildlife authorities) who has been killing off someone's Alpaca herd just for sport, he doesn't eat them. The word went out that P45's days were numbered for that reason, but of course the objection went out and so far, it has not happened. You can't relocate these big cats because they are very territorial and he'd probably be killed by another male, anyway. I was thinking the Alpaca owner needs to get herself one of those dogs. I wonder if it could dispatch a mountain lion? (called a cougar in some other states.)
CA POPPY 12/01/16 10:52pm RV Pet Stop
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

The other day, Bud brought me a little orange tabby stuffed animal (toy) as we lost our 19 yr old cat Edna earlier this year. Cutest thing, Darcy went and got one of her favorite toys and laid it in front of the new "kitten." I think she misses Edna.
CA POPPY 11/07/16 10:07am RV Pet Stop
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

I remember reading about a Doxie who broke her back treeing a squirrel. So sad.
CA POPPY 10/29/16 11:10am RV Pet Stop
RE: SSGT Reckless

Thanks for posting about Sgt Reckless. I heard the story on the radio but hadn't seen the photos. That bronze statue of her is fabulous. What a great tribute to an outstanding equine.
CA POPPY 10/28/16 11:02pm RV Pet Stop
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

Burch, I wish you and Monty the best of luck with his surgery. I know what a worry that is. If the vet offers you pain meds for him, get them. When Rosie had knee surgery, if I reached my hand out to gently pet her, she would growl. We pretty much left her alone in a low, soft cat cushion/bed that she didn't have to climb in or out of. She made a full recovery and we were always glad we did the surgery.
CA POPPY 10/25/16 05:24pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Buddy needs your prayer and support update- RIP Buddy

Good boy, Buddy! He let you know that it was time and spared himself and you the pain of of going through surgery. RIP, Buddy.
CA POPPY 10/24/16 09:59pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Add me to the list of diabetic-dog owners....

Aww, how great that Jimmy comes to you when he sees the syringe. How is Ben reacting to all the special attention Jimmy is getting?
CA POPPY 10/21/16 10:53pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Miserable

When our next door neighbors had yappy little dogs that were left outside all day, we invested in one of those ultrasonic bark control units. Funny thing, it did not faze the neighbor's neurotic little mutts.
CA POPPY 10/17/16 09:18pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Love the comments

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CA POPPY 10/09/16 11:33pm RV Pet Stop
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

When our Rosie (chiwa-what?) tore a tendon in a hind leg, our old country vet (who we loved) wanted us to crate her and wait for it to heal. I looked into Rosie's eyes and saw constant pain and confusion. It would never have healed, so we called a vet orthopedic surgeon and spent $3k to have it repaired. I was right, BTW, the surgeon said the injury was beyond healing itself. Rosie ended up with pins and straps put in her leg and we bit our nails while she was in the operating room as if she was one of our kids. It turned out well and Rosie had a few more good years. When we brought her home, she was a little altered from the pain and meds and would growl if we tried to touch her. I bought her a flat, fluffy bed that she didn't have to climb into . She healed very nicely and we never regretted doing the surgery.
CA POPPY 10/09/16 01:52pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Love the comments

When one of our small dogs had arthritis and the other was in congestive heart failure, we started taking them walking with us in a dog stroller. Some people would make remarks about the girls being too lazy to walk on their own. I altered an image of a handicapped placard and put the two dogs photo on it. No more rude remarks and many thumbs up. The dogs just loved those outings in their buggy.
CA POPPY 10/07/16 09:13pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Tumor removal (update page 2)

Yay, Mikko! I hope he is not in too much pain, that's such a sensitive area. Wonderful that it was not a malignancy. It's such a worry anytime they need surgery. You must be sleeping much easier tonight.
CA POPPY 10/03/16 10:25pm RV Pet Stop
RE: nail file for my dog?

If you check your local beauty supply, a cordless dremel will likely be less expensive than a pet supply. For a large dog, though, you will need the pet version.
CA POPPY 09/30/16 03:57pm RV Pet Stop
RE: New camping buddy

A corgi ! how beautiful! Is he already trying to herd everyone he sees? :)
CA POPPY 09/25/16 11:01pm RV Pet Stop
RE: The hummers sure like our feeder!!!

When our son was real little, he decided that bees were the first stage of birds. I suppose that made as much sense as caterpillars morphing into butterflies. :)
CA POPPY 09/17/16 03:09pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Slip Covers for cats

Sorry, I can't help it. Every time I see this topic, I get a mental picture of my orange tabby, Edna, wearing a lovely floral print. If I was handy with photo shop, I'd do that. :)
CA POPPY 09/16/16 12:46pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Maybe I am doing it wrong

Our orange tabby Edna died last year at age 19. We got her at 5 weeks old and never in her life would she ever eat any kind of canned cat food. I had never seen a cat like that. We free-fed Edna, left the dry food in one of those little hoppers so she could get it when she wanted it. She loved snacking and would take a piece or two of kibble and go about her business. She was never overweight and had a beautiful coat all her life. When she was young, she loved Deli-Cat which is carried at the grocery store. I am sure cat experts would be horrified at that, but it was Edna's favorite. When she got older, her belly couldn't handle Deli-Cat anymore, so we switched to a senior cat formula, still the dry type. She also loved treats. I think it is more the idea that it is from your hand, makes it special, so you might try feeding Rowdy just one kibble at a time. And yes, cats do like to get between you and whatever is taking your attention, whether TV, a newspaper or computer. You are doing great with her. :)
CA POPPY 09/14/16 04:55pm RV Pet Stop
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