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Has Mr. Mouser developed any other symptoms such as vomiting or diarrhea
? Was he willing to eat last night or this morning?
Is there anything that he could have gotten into? Garbage, people food
or people medication?
Have you noticed if he is willing to jump on and off of things as he usually would?
Have you assessed him for fleas? Cats typically groom themselves well and will eat the fleas off themselves so it is not uncommon to not find live fleas. The best way to find fleas on a pet is with a flea comb. Fleas can move very quickly so a live flea can be very difficult to find. With a flea comb, the comb should catch any flea dirt present. The flea dirt is the black specks that are flea poop left behind by the fleas. Flea dirt is sufficient evidence to diagnose fleas.
In the face of not finding flea dirt of fleas, I would still recommend using a topical flea treatment -- the one I recommend first is Revolution as it also has an intestinal dewormer and ear
mite treatment. If she was outdoors, it will be good to treat her regardless of if she has fleas. This is applied between her shoulder blades so she cannot lick it off. Flea baths, collars and over the counter flea products honestly do not work, well if at all. I would stick with revolution or frontline for cats.
Please let me know the further information to help narrow down why Mr. Mouser is doing this activity.