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end-of-life infinite cat treats?

There is certainly no reason at all to not give her whatever she'll eat at this point; I've even received this as advice from a veterinarian when dealing with a cat nearing end of life. At this point, ...
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end-of-life infinite cat treats?

No reason I can see, as long as she's interested in them and isn't reacting badly to them. Ask your vet if there are any ingredients you should be avoiding now. As I've noted elsewhere, some pet ...
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Cat biting new cat

You do not specify whether the cats are neutered/spayed. I'm hoping they are, but the behaviours you described make me suspicious they are not. They are probably both sexual and dominance behaviours. ...
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Rough play or aggressive behavior?

I would recommend caution against continuing play if your cat is putting claws or teeth on you (even if it's not really harming you). These things may be cute now, but may be less cute as he continues ...
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Got a kitten for my daughter I think it is scared of the litterbox please help!

My instinct here, based on the small amount of information you gave on litterboxes, is that this is in fact an issue with the box and your behavior around it, not the kitten. She's going near it, ...
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end-of-life infinite cat treats?

I'm sorry for your cat friend... You can find specific treats for cats with kidney failure, so you can check in your favourite stores (or online) if you find them. I don't think that it would make ...
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8 week old Kitten with shifted fracture, what would happen if we let it heal like this?

There are options here, but doing nothing is not one of them. The kitten is young, and this would probably heal in some abnormal way, but the cat would likely be left with either long term discomfort ...
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Low energy, appetite; urinary issue; hiding in one year old cat

Short answer: Go to the vet. Try to get an appointment as soon as possible. This doesn't sound life threatening, but the longer the problem persists, the harder it will be to get her back to toilet ...
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Why does my cat dig at my bed when I sleep?

The simple answer is your cat can see that you are about to wake up and start kneading just because she is happy to see you. Intense emotions like happiness and fear can be hard to control for people ...
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