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My cat just came back from a multiday stay at the vet. Since
Hi Pearl! My cat just came back from a multiday stay at the vet. Since he's been back, he's started sneezing more. No discharge, fever, or change in behavior other than a little more shaking of his head. Should I bring him back to the vet?JA: I'm sorry to hear that. What is the cat's name and age?Customer: Stanley, ~4JA: How old is Stanley?Customer: about 4 years oldJA: Is there anything else important you think the Veterinarian should know about Stanley?Customer: he just came back from the vet because he had a urinary blockage and is currently on a broad spectrum antibiotic (two more days to finish) from having had a catheter placed in him for two days
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My 6 year old neutered, indoors only Siamese, Kringle, is
My 6 year old neutered, indoors only Siamese, Kringle, is acting very unusual. He has very little appetite today, ate a little moist yesterday, with me holding his bowl. He had no interest in water. His belly feels warm to the touch and his eyes are discharging and he is sneezing a fair amount. About two weeks ago, we adopted two female cats from a shelter, both spayed right before they came home. They were isolated for a week, then gradually introduced. They growl and hiss at each other but no physical altercations except one, broken up by a squirt bottle full of room temperature water. Kringle normally is a big eater, especially his treats but is not even temped by them. He is behind the couch as I type, and looks up squeezing how eyes in a love blink when I talk to him. The girls are not in the room with him so as to not stress him out any more .I am a disabled senior and he is my heart. What can i do for my sweet friend? He slept with me last night, like usual. Thank you.
I have a female one year old cat who is eating very little
I have a female one year old cat who is eating very little in the past few days, she has also developed a small wound on her nose and her voice has changed and become hoarse. She is an indoor cat but I have also recently (2 or 3 weeks ago) adopted a new kitten who is now having seizures every few hours and hi voice has also changed. I am getting both of them to the vet tomorrow morning but I am very concerned now, how serious is their condition?
I take care of a cat colony .. One of the female cats, she's
HelloI take care of a cat colony .. One of the female cats , she's four years old , has developed some disturbing symptoms .Her eyes have clear discharge . She's lethargic , not eating nor drinking much and losing weight ! She's also hacking ... Can you help me please ?Thank youTanya
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Sophie is 5 year old female. recently has become pretty
Sophie is 5 year old female. recently has become pretty lethargic, not wanting to really eat or drink much. Has occasional rough cough, like she is going to expel hairball but produces nothing.JA: I'm sorry to hear that. Could be a lot of things that cause lethargy. The Veterinarian will know how to help Sophie. Is there anything else the Veterinarian should be aware of about Sophie?Customer: Does not appear to be in pain if I palpate belly but that will produce to cough. Nose is dry and warm. Does have one weepy eye (allergies). Does goes outside but hasn't been for last couple of days. Has not used litter pan in last day. Doesn't want to et or drink water with tuna juice.
All of a sudden he sounds very hoarse and raspy. NothingView more cat veterinary questions
All of a sudden he sounds very hoarse and raspy. Nothing else has changed about him just his meow.JA: I'll do all I can to help. What is wrong with the cat?Customer: He seems to be losing his meow and sound really raspyJA: Where does the cat seem to hurt?Customer: He doesn't, other than his meow he seems perfectly normal.JA: OK. No obvious pain. Can you see anything that looks wrong or different?Customer: No, he's acting normal and his outward appearance seems normal.JA: OK. Nothing visually obvious. Is the cat eating normally?Customer: Yes, his diet hasn't changed at all.JA: OK. No appetite problems. Is the cat having trouble peeing or pooing?Customer: No, other than his meow he seems normal.JA: OK. No obvious problems there. How is the cat behaving differently?Customer: No, he is acting the same.JA: OK. No obvious behavior changes. What is the cat's name and age?Customer: Leroy and about 6 or 7 years old.JA: How old is Leroy?Customer: about 6 or 7 years oldJA: Is there anything else the Veterinarian should be aware of about Leroy?Customer: Not that I'm aware of.