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Old 04-05-2013, 12:20 AM   #35899
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I'm waiting for my Sammy cat to hurl a hair ball. She threw up her dinner, and has been running room to room, chewing on anything plastic, and yowling. She absolutely refuses to eat any of the hairball remedies, so we have these wonderful times together as her system prepares to eject a belly full of hair.

I should buy stock in Resolve carpet cleaner!
Don't the pet shops in your area sell packets of Oat grass seeds? Our shops even sell pots of already growing Oat grass. We buy the packets and keep a large pot going for Felicity. Although there are many plants on the veranda, the only two she will eat are the Lemongrass (which I don't want her to eat) and the Oat grass, which is her preferred emetic. She'll gobble a few strands of grass, wait about 20 seconds (or until she can find our slippers to aim at) and upchuck what ever is bothering her.


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