Hi again, Jim and you're most welcome!
Thanks for your reply with additional information; also thanks for your patience, as I was offline when you posted back.
For the watery stool. you can add Fortiflora for cats to her canned food; this is a probiotic that will help keep 'good bacteria' in her intestinal tract. It's sold by vets and online. You can also add some plain unflavored yogurt (1 tsp.) twice a day, to a small amount of canned food and then feed her normal portion of food, or you can try Culturelle, similar to yogurt and also give 1 tsp. a day. You can mix plain overcooked white rice in with her food, too. You can use the rice and yogurt of Culturelle at the same time, but not with the fortiflora. Just use one or the other.
She may have an intestinal infection or ingested a toxic substance. If you can't get her to a vet, have a vet come to you. Here is a list of housecall vets that can evaluated her in her own environment:
I'm assuming she's spayed, but if she is not, she may have developed pyometra
, a serious uterine infection which must be treated immediately. Here is more information:
If she's spayed, we don't have to worry about this.
If she's favoring her left side/paws, is isolating, and not jumping up high, as usual, without any vet evaluation and bloodwork, it's really difficult to say what's wrong, except considering some of the possibilities I mentioned.
It sounds like she is in pain and we can't legally prescribe anything online. Cats can't take human pain relievers, so please don't give her any. Try to work out some way for her to be seen by a veterinarian to get a definite diagnosis and treatment.
I hope all will be well!
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