Thanks so much for your very helpful reply.
She may be dehydrated or hypoglycemic. Senior cats often get constipated.
If she is not diabetic rub a drop or syrup or honey into her gums to raise her blood sugar.
Give her one to to ounces of warm, whole milk.It is a natural laxative that should bring on a BM within 2 hours.
Drain the water from a can of tuna and let her lap it up for hydration. If she does, offer some tuna.
Go out and get human chicken baby food with no onion or garlic. Warm it to bring out the aroma.
Canned food is also excellent for arthritis as is a glucosimine supplement:
Please let me know if she eats and how she is doing.
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