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Vomitting Cat

Hi everyone,

This is my first post here and it's quite a desperate one at that.

I have an 8mo old kitten whom I adopted a month ago. She had been living at a shelter where they fed her dry Science Diet food. She had a bout of roundworm that was treated with Drontal. When I got her, she immediately started eating raw meat with no problem for 2 weeks. Then, she threw up a roundworm so she was again dewormed with Drontal. Since then, she has not been able to keep any food down at all except baby food. It comes up about an hour after she eats. Commercial cat food comes back up immediately. I have been feeding her supplemented baby food with very small bits of raw meat, but anytime I get up to about 1oz of raw meat in the baby food, she throws it up.

I was given Arsenicum by my vet on Tuesday night which I administered (5 pellets) in a very small amount of milk. As of today (Thursday), she is still throwing up even small amounts of raw meat.

If anyone has any suggestions please do let me know - this poor kitty has had a hard life and I'm worried she's not getting proper nutrition now on top of all of that.

Thanks in advance,

Sarah
 
  embrassezla on 2007-03-29
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