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HI this is DRB and here is what I would try:
1. DMG liquid by vetriscience 1/2 ml orally twice daily
2. lysine chews : give 500 mg daily everyday
3. Azithromycin liquid given orally once daily for 5 days and then every 72 hours indefinitely Zith dosed at 10mg/kg daily)
4.Low dose Prednisone at 2.5 mg twice daily
This should do it. Get your vet to get all this for you and your kitty should feel better very soon.Sincerely, DRB
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Add Cyproheptadine at 1-2 mg twice daily and keep her on that. That will fix her appetite. Don't use amoxidrops or clavamox. Use the azithromycin as directed above. And add the cyproheptadine at 1-2 mg twice daily to help her appetite.
Let me know if you need anything else...SIncerely, DRB
Please let me know if you need additional help. One other drug that can be tried is pradofloxacin, but I would do the above protocol I have listed first as this usually works with 95% of cases.
May be cancer, but usually with that there is blood in nasal discharge. If it waxes and wanes sand she is better sometimes probably not cancer.
I have used above protocol with many cats presenting to me form other practices. And if you can get her clinically well I would recommend that she take the intranasal CVR vaccine which might make her temporarily sick but can really he,p her in the long term. Hope this helps, DRB
You can pick up just some plain pedialyte and give that by dropper to keep her from getting dehydrated. You can also get some chicken baby food that you can force feed her to get a little food into her. A few 5-10 drops of pedialyte every 10 minutes cna help rehydrate your pet.
Hope this helps, DRB
It does not matter if weather is fair.....she should not get cold.......just follow my protocol as above.....
hope that helps, DRB
I will be back online in am in case you have other questions. Sincerely, DRB