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It sounds like he is close to having a cardiac event, stroke, a seizure, or ton exposure. We need to get to him to an emergency veterinary clinic ASAP. Everything you have written tells me he may be critical and need medical attention immediately .
The best recommendation I can make right now is to get him to a veterinarian now if you can we need to get him examined. He needs medical intervention as this sounds serious and tells me Beanie Baby is in trouble.
All his physical signs are telling me that he is very ill and may not make it to tomorrow. I hope this is not the case, but being online all I have to go on to assess Beanie Baby is what you tell me.
Vomiting 10 times in quick succession is Serious by itself
Then you said he is panting and drooling all evidence of pain and nausea
Then loosing control of his bowels also means he could be going into shock.
I am sorry you do not like my advice but you are paying for an honest opinion and a medical one.
I hope he is ok.
I would second Dr. Denney's advice. He sounds like he is in trouble. I am concerned that he possibly has a blocked urethra (which means he can not pee) and what seems like him trying to pass stool is actually him trying to pass urine. This can lead to cardiac arrest and death if not treated. Even if it is not this, the signs that he is showing - panting and drooling - are signs of a kitty cat in distress. The very best thing you can do for Beanie Baby is to get him to an emergency veterinarian. I hope that was helpful, let me know if there are any other questions I can help you with.
Constipation with a fur ball is possible. As is a block that is preventing him from urinating. Either way Beanie Baby needs veterinary care immediately. I am glad you have reached out for veterinary advice. The next step is to get Beanie Baby some veterinary care tonight.
Well I am very glad to hear that. I am still very concerned by his behavior and clinical signs and would advise immediate veterinary care. I hope that is helpful. I know these situations are extremely stressful.
Ok. I am glad you are in contact with the pet hospital. Wishing you and Beanie Baby a very uneventful night.
I hope I was able to provide some help tonight. Let me know if there is anything else we can do. Thanks.