I am sorry for all of the confusion last night. We actually have the option of either Q and A or live chat on the site, but the chat often has problems and it is unclear if the other party is online at the time or not. Thank you for responding back this morning and updating me as to how things are going for Pixie.
I am very concerned that she is still not eating. Is there a visible lesion on her tongue that you can monitor? If so, is it looking any better than when it occurred?
Is her breathing any better?
Soft foods are about all you can offer. Some cats do have a problem with dairy products while others have no problem at all, but I would try to limit as much as possible as if she is one that cannot tolerate too much, it will lead to GI upset and/or diarrhea. The clavamox (antibiotic) tends to do the same so we will want to limit the diary. The baby food is a good idea, but make sure that onion or garlic are not listed as one of the ingredients.
If you can't get her to eat anything or are not able to syringe feed her there are a couple of options. One is to have your vet prescribe something for pain. The prednisone is an anti-inflammatory which will help with swelling and pain indirectly, but she may need something more.
Depending on how severe the bite wound is and how long is the anticipated healing time, she may need a temporary feeding tube placed to aid in her nutritional supplementation. Syringe feeding is not the most effective, but is ok for a very short term, but is a longer healing is expected, a feeding tube may be more efficient.
It is also possible she is just afraid to eat as she remembers that it hurt to do so the other day. If that seems to be a possibility, especially as the tongue is healing, an appetite stimulant may be helpful. The drug called mirtazipine can be prescribed and if very effective in some cases.
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