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April 24, 2008


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reed goodwin

Thanks for the info about Haw's Syndrome.(I enjoyed your sense of humor, as well) I'm sending it to my girlfriend, so she can relax a bit


Dr. Haws is a veterinary dentist @ OVC


Thanks for the info. I'm glad to be a little less ignorant.


I was so glad to find your article. It describes exactly what my cat is experiencing...the membrane and the upset stomach problems.
You are an excellent teacher and a very kind person to be helping others this way!
(It would be a great comfort to have such a knowledgeable and caring person for a family physician!) Thank you!


I loved your article it has great information. I think you and your readers might be interested in another article I found about cats and dry eyes.
You can visit the website at http://whatistheeye.wordpress.com


thanks a lot my three cats have just got this and now i know what to do

upper eyelid

Thanks for posting this info, I have cats and dogs as pets, and is always good to know things that you dont know.


Wow. I had no idea worms could cause this condition that I previously thought was unremarkable. I'd love to hear more about what other ways worms or colitis can harm my cat. Also, if I'm not sure my cat has worms after inspection of his feces, is it a bad idea to give them the medicine "just in case" without seeing a vet?

Gary Perry

You are spot on with my cat. Symptoms are the third eye x2 weeks. Also noticed my cat eating grass.

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