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Terri, Feline Healthcare Expert
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Experience:  Expert in feline health and behavior. 20 years experience with cats.
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My 10 year old bengal has suddenly stopped eating. Drinking

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my 10 year old bengal has suddenly stopped eating. Drinking pleny water . I noticed come clear fomay vomit yesterday
JA: I'm sorry to hear that. Hopefully it didn't make a mess. Did the Bengal eat anything unusual?
Customer: im not sure. she was a housecat for years but ive moved and she does go out for short spells possibly shes eaten something
JA: What is the Bengal's name?
Customer: Tiggs
JA: Is there anything else important you think the Veterinarian should know about Tiggs?
Customer: No shes been healthy no issues at all
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Cat
Expert:  Terri replied 1 year ago.

Foamy vomit indicates nausea.

Give her one quarter of a ten mg pepcid a/c (famotidine). Called gravol in the UK

I usually add it to a tablespoon of baby food chicken with no onion or garlic Or canned cat food.Every 12 hours.

Remove all dry food and any wet with chunks, pieces or shreds.

Feed only smooth pate canned food or baby food.

If she gets dehydrated give her tuna water drained from the can.

Please let me know how she is doing .

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Expert:  Terri replied 1 year ago.

I'm just following up on our conversation about your pet. How is everything going?