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CAT FANCY - November 2006

November 2006

CatChannel Exclusive: Spoiled and Shameless Contest Results
See more submissions to CAT FANCY’s November Most Spoiled Cat Contest.

CatChannel Exclusive: Garden Delights
See three examples of delicious, edible gardens for your cat.
By Sandy Robins

CatChannel Exclusive: The Cat Ate What?!
In our November issue of CAT FANCY, Dr. Plotnick talked about pica, a disorder where cats willingly eat non-edible
materials. Here Dr. Plotnick shares his most bizarre pica case ever.
By Dr. Arnold Plotnick

CatChannel Exclusive: Oral Surgeon's Artistic Talents Benefit Cats 
In CAT FANCY’s November issue we interviewed soap star Julia Rose Barr on her animal activism. Meet her husband and see how he contributes to improving cats’ lives.
By Sandy Meyer

18 | CAT FANCY 2006 Gift Guide
Pick up the November issue of CAT FANCY to see the 2006 Gift Guide.

22 | A French Favorite
The strong, smiling, silent Charteux.
By J. Anne Helgren

32 | Laser Therapy
Learn about the profound effects of cats in pet-assisted therapy.
By Nancy Kucik

36 | Nutrition News You Can Use
Experts reveal the seven hottest dietary trends.
By Rebecca Sweat

40 | Feline Enhancements
Nutraceutical trends for feline friends.
By Charlotte Reed

42 | From Fat to Phat
Give your tubby tabby a makeover to improve its health and appearance.
By Christina Wood

44 | Take Charge of Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Expert advice on understanding and controlling your cat's IBD.
By Arnold Plotnick, DVM

Previous Issues:
September 2006 October 2006

From Our Readers

PURRS & HISSES: Readers' Letters

8 | Flights of Fancy: Friends to the Rescue

New For You

10 | WHAT'S NEW PUSSYCAT?  New feline products
New! Trendy feature of the Month

11 | CURL UP WITH KITTY: New books

IN THE MEWS:  Katrina's Victims Still Need Help
By Gary Michael Smith

Humane Matters

14 | HOMELESS TO HOUSECAT: Warm Hearts in a Cold Winter
By Ken White

15 | PERSONALITIES: All My Animals - For Soap star Julia Barr, saving animals is a creative family affair.
By Sandy Meyer

Cat Clinic

16 | ASK THE VET: Cat Can't Go
By Elaine Wexler-Mitchell, DVM

17 | NAKED CAT:  Tail Trauma
By Narda G. Robinson, DO, DVM, MS and Brenda McClelland, DVM

Cats For Kids

Pictures, Stories, and Poems

Feline Funnies

64 | Tiger's Tales
By Stu Hample

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