Cheddar

Discussion in 'Feline Health - (The Main Forum)' started by srk4cats, Oct 2, 2017.

  1. srk4cats

    srk4cats Well-Known Member

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  2. srk4cats

    srk4cats Well-Known Member

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    Came home from the animal shelter today.
     
  3. W.K.

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    What a sweet face!!
     
  4. Meya14

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    What a cutie! Is she deaf? I know blue eyes is very unusual in kitties and correlates with early hearing issues. Knew someone with a deaf cat for years, and they never realized it.
     
  5. srk4cats

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    I thought only white cats had a chance of being born deaf. I think Cheddar hears. Can't type now because he constantly walks or lays on the laptop.
     
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  6. Squalliesmom

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    Cheddar is absolutely adorable! He is the reason I don't go to the animal shelter, lol, I'd bring home a car-load! He really looks like a sweetie. How old is he? What does Chloe think of him?
     
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  7. Meya14

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    Maybe it was just the white cats with the deafness. She's beautiful tho. I adore the blue-eyed kitties.
     
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  8. Larry and Kitties

    Larry and Kitties Well-Known Member

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    Yes, it is common for white cats with two blue eyes to be deaf. I have a white cate with one blue eye and one red eye. He is not deaf.
    IO previously had a white cat with two yellow eyes and he was not deaf
     
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  9. srk4cats

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    red?
     
  10. srk4cats

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    I put Chico and Fuzma in the small bedroom and let Chloe and Cheddar have the run of the rest of the house. I think she may have scared Cheddar. The one I worry about most is Chico, the other male cat.
     
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  11. JanetNJ

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    Cats are usually relatively accepting of kittens.... They know they are babies. I love the name cheddar!
     
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  12. srk4cats

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    Maybe, but Cheddar isn't accepting of them. He hisses at them. But the main problem is that, when I'm home and on my laptop, he hops on the laptop and screws it up. I figured out how to get the screen back to horizontal, but I'm still getting orange boxes. I fed Cheddar and Chloe at the same time this morning, after I put Chico in the garage. When I go to work, I put them in different rooms.
     
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  13. Squalliesmom

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    All four of mine just love to walk across my keyboard! They are constantly messing things up on my laptop, drives me nuts, lol! I must have a million screenshots that they have taken, as well as screwing up other things. It's a constant battle trying to keep them off of it.
     
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