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I was just wondering if anyone knew how i could send Dr Harry a email. I have two cats and having different problems with them, and i wanted to ask his opinion. I looked on the better home and gardens website and its only got if you want to try for a home visit, but i don't want him to come to home, i just want his opinion.
Can i do that?
May be send an email there and say that you dont want a home vist and see what happens. Hes great just thought i would say that he was out vet about 20 years ago before he was on TV he was really nice
thank you i will try that.
Ha ha very embarressed to admit but...I actually appeared on Dr Harry about a year ago!! :o
I was like you and only wanted advice about our cat but was contacted a few days after sending the email asking if I'd be willing to appear on the show! I hadn't even thought about being on the show, but thought, why not? But he only gives advice to those that go on the show...He won't respond to emails.
He's not crazy about having cats on the show as they tend not to present the problem behaviour (like dogs do). But you never know, he might let you on anyway.
He's very lovely, and very sweet, even though his advice was not very practical! :laughing:
What's the prob with your cat? Maybe fellow bubhubbers can help?
Well i have two problems..
Firsty, Misty is a Persian X. She is 15 months old. Since I have had her she pees in the main bathroom on the mats. We have two bathrooms but its only the main one she does it in.
We have moved twice since having her, but its a constant thing that she is doing.
Is there anyway I can stop her from doing this? As I am washing the mats daily. :mad:
Secondly Annika is a moggy that I got from the RSPCA. She is 11 months old. When I got her, she was already desexed and I just had to get her stitchers out. Once I got her stitches removed she started sucking on her nipples. She isn't destressed as both cats get along really well. Could there be something left in there from her stitches or is it just a comfort thing?
Hopefully some one from Bubhub can help..
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