Beyond The Fringe Cat Thread
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Those of us here on BTF who love Feline's deserve a thread of our own.  Use this to post photos of your Kitties, tips on care and feeding, and anything else relating to cats. 

I'm going to start by posting a video of a very courageous disabled cat and her humans that love her very much!



I had never heard of this condition, until I saw this video.  Just amazing!

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Cats . Had a Few in My Life . Best lil Buds for a Lonely Man . Could use one now .

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Since I have Cats ....Now...I seem to have a lot of questions about them..... Chuckle

Thanks this is good...
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(07-17-2022, 06:30 PM)Southern Belle Wrote: Those of us here on BTF who love Feline's deserve a thread of our own.  Use this to post photos of your Kitties, tips on care and feeding, and anything else relating to cats. 

I'm going to start by posting a video of a very courageous disabled cat and her humans that love her very much!



I had never heard of this condition, until I saw this video.  Just amazing!

Heartflowers

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I absolutely LOVE this. My very first cat when I was just maybe 10 years old had this condition.  Though not nearly as bad as this poor kitty.  Of course I had no idea what was wrong with her but she was the sweetest cat.  I had her maybe a year and then she suddenly disappeared. She was never allowed in the house but would sneak her inside whenever I could. I am almost certain my step-dad got rid of her as he never liked her. Said she was useless. Though i never did know for sure, I hated him for it. Never forgave him.

I have 4 cats now, plus one enormous dog!!  Always have had cats in my life. Can't ever imagine life without them.
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(07-17-2022, 10:24 PM)Librarian Wrote:
(07-17-2022, 06:30 PM)Southern Belle Wrote: Those of us here on BTF who love Feline's deserve a thread of our own.  Use this to post photos of your Kitties, tips on care and feeding, and anything else relating to cats. 

I'm going to start by posting a video of a very courageous disabled cat and her humans that love her very much!



I had never heard of this condition, until I saw this video.  Just amazing!

Heartflowers

Heart Heart Heart

I absolutely LOVE this. My very first cat when I was just maybe 10 years old had this condition.  Though not nearly as bad as this poor kitty.  Of course I had no idea what was wrong with her but she was the sweetest cat.  I had her maybe a year and then she suddenly disappeared. She was never allowed in the house but would sneak her inside whenever I could. I am almost certain my step-dad got rid of her as he never liked her. Said she was useless. Though i never did know for sure, I hated him for it. Never forgave him.

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Some good info I did not know, as a 30 year cat owner!
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I am not a cat fan, but I have great memories of one we owned as a kid (we had an abundance of barn cats on the farm) but he was a house cat due to his disabilities. We bought a new farm when I was about 10. The previous owners left a male cat called Mister. Mister had been hit by a car a couple years previous and had brain damage and other issues. It's nose was always dripping probably due to sinus issues from the accident as well as being mentally disabled to some degree and walked crooked. He would follow me everywhere and would always want attention rubbing my leg, on my lap or being petted. The thing is he would get lost if he was out of sight of the house. He would follow me on the farm when I went hunting but I always had to keep him in sight so he did not get lost.
His love and affection was unconditional. Funny the things we remember.
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I used to have an male Orange Manx.  He adopted me soon after I moved into a rental house in Laguna Beach.  His owners lived next door and barely fed him, much less paid any attention to him.  He showed up at my front door meowing loudly and repeatedly so I let him in.  He had a very large and bad abcess on one of his hips that was untreated.  When I asked the owners if they knew about it,  they said I could have him if I wanted him.  So of course I said YES!!  He used to fetch like the one in this video  Chuckle  We named him MEOW.

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Cats are cool. They are living proof the earth is a globe. If the earth was flat, they'd already have everything knocked off of it.

I think I read that on a meme somewhere.
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(07-18-2022, 01:56 AM)Godless_Patriot Wrote: Cats are cool. They are living proof the earth is a globe. If the earth was flat, they'd already have everything knocked off of it.

I think I read that on a meme somewhere.
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Chuckle Makes common sense. 

Cats like raw food that's why they're so good at catching wildlife. 

I was listening to the Animal Nutritionist, Dr Conor Brady this morning, he was talking about how they stopped putting meat into dried food. I think he said that was a major factor of cat blindness, it is due to what they are fed. 


The interview has been posted on the dog thread, if anyone is interested to know more.
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