Female CatFor those who responded to my email.
Just got CVS Ketone Care Test Strips. Just got some litter with urine from about 45 minutes ago and reading was Negative to Trace.
Not sure if using Worlds Best Cat Litter that is made of corn or doing this 45 minutes later altered the results. I will try and test again before bed.
Regarding her records. She was born 05.23.00. Got fixed, a rabies shot, FVRCP (whatever that is) FELV/FIV antibody tests 11.24.00.
On 05.08.07 they said they had to vaccinate her for rabies. Before pulling her teeth surgery. They used Defensor 3. It says is for distemper, feline rhino & calicivirus. When they pulled her teeth 05.08.07 they gave her diphenhydramine inj. clavamox drops, buprenex amps. They also gave her domitor & used the box with isoflurane. They wanted me to put her on mass doses of steroids and I opted for Moducare. Her glucose was 116. I mentioned the abnormal readings in the previous email. These were taken when she had her teeth pulled and had infection in her gums. I hope this all makes some sense. Urinalysis was pale yellow clear, think it says 100++ by protein, ph 6 epth none or rare sq, bacteria +2 cocci, amorphous +. I hope this answered some of the questions you had.
She is in good spirits, but seems a bit slow. She sits when she eats & drinks which is a lot lately. Seems even more today. Not a noticeable amount of weight loss. Can still jump on bed and chairs. Still has hind legs slipping when she walks and her right knee jets out a bit.
Are there strips or something I can use to check her kidneys and or liver?
I am on a limited budget like the rest of the world and can use all the help I can get.
Arthritis would not make her drink so much, would it. Should I wait to get the causticum.
Thank you in advance for all of your help again!
AJS on 2008-11-03
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