Hi again, and thanks for your very helpful reply.
Ginger is a young kitten and these symptoms can be caused by various medical conditions. If he has bad breath, he may have an oral infection or is nauseous and this is why he is not eating.
At this time, it would be advisable to have Ginger seen by a vet, as soon as possible (tonight), so he can be evaluated in person, diagnosed and treated. I wouldn't wait any longer; because he has been experiencing these symptoms for 3 days and is a young cat.
I hope you can have him seen tonight. What you described can't be treated at home. We don't have enough information.
I hope all will be well with Ginger and please let me know how he's doing and what the vet's findings are. Thanks!
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