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Siamese cat - lack of appetite

My 2 year old neutered male Siamese has not eaten for three days. Wednesday 23rd I took him to the vets where his temperature was normal but he has an ulcer on the side of his tongue. He was given a shot to 'make him comfortable' and a course of antibiotics which he started yesterday morning. This is his fourth day with not wanting food or drink and is very unusual for him as he normally eats alot and is very interested in what the family are eating. The vet told me to liquidize his food and syringe it into him which he refuses to take and it ends up on him, on me and everywhere else. He will go outside for a short while but spends most of his time alone and asleep upstairs. He doesn't seek our company which is unlike him or spend time with his sister. Please mail me any suggestions.


Thanks, Marsha
 
  Marsha on 2005-03-24
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Kitty needs some FORMIC ACID 200X. Put a few pellets in water to disolve. Order from ABC.

Keep in glass in rif. IF he is drinking water, put a couple of spoonfuls in water dish. Won't hurt sister.

OR, if not drinking, use a pop top bottle to squirt some liquid into the mouth several times a day. This will be a sufficent dose. Do this for at least 4 days.

Hope he is well in two.

Blessings, Sabra
 
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