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Old 05-30-2007, 09:30 AM   #11
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Cut the cat out and have a new one welded in. A Magnaflow hi-flow cat will produce a much more pleasing and mellow tone. Not annoying at all.
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Old 05-30-2007, 09:34 AM   #12
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I can't believe WillWren didn't suggest kicking the cat to test and see if it makes noise..that'* always the first step in diagnosing...


j/k... honestly.. Kick people, not pets.
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I was wondering how long it would take to get to that kind of cat. When I saw the title I was wondering what type of cat it was about.
Glad to hear you are geting him fixed.
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Here'* the cat I am talking about.

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Maybe get him a collar and a tie out and put him outside for a few hours every day.
AFTER he'* fixed. Before it'll mean a really high risk of him contracting FIV, which never ends in happy things.
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If you are going to tie him up, make sure you get him a harness, do NOT tie him up to his collor.
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Im glad to see that you got an appointment for the cat, its really the right thing to do and will make both you more comfortable.
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Put a dog outside, a mean viscious one. Cat won't wanna go outside then.
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Maybe get him a collar and a tie out and put him outside for a few hours every day.
AFTER he'* fixed. Before it'll mean a really high risk of him contracting FIV, which never ends in happy things.
They can get that from saliva to blood transfer as well. If you're going to have your cat outside you really should have them vaccinated for FIV/FIP
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Borrow the neighbors female cat. He'll quiet down
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