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Help!!! Kitty not eating or drinking

I have a kitten that someone dumped off on our farm almost three weeks ago now. I believe she is under two months old. Any way she was eating and drinking fine until three days ago now. All she wants to do is sleep and does not eat or drink anything at all. I am going to give her electrolytes with a dropper. Please help I have grown to be quite attached to her already and breaks my heart to see her sick. She also has mucous looking brown loose stools.
  jbruner7 on 2010-07-17
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Please give her Nux Vomica 30c thrice a day at a gap of 4 hours for two days and see how that affects.

One dose means
If the medicine is in pills form 2 pills. Don't touch pills with hand. Use cap of bottle to take pills.
If the medicine is in liquid dilution form, 1 drop in some water.
kadwa last decade
most like kityy got into something on farm---if no poisons have been left around and can discount this---then--as is pulsatilla is 1st choice and have strated using nux-v --- (( if no response from nux--then use pulsatilla))---
also start kitty on soured cream---and slowly envolve quality raw red meat--wild best(venison-rabbit..)/if no wild meat then use beef--no pork or chicken or fish for now
John Stanton last decade
pulsatilla 30c preferred--use wait you can readily get--nothing higher tahn 200c though---start 1 dose in water
John Stanton last decade
Hi everyone,
Ok I was wrong about the kitty having runny stools. Her stools are normal. It was vomit that I saw not diarrhea. She has been throwing up anything she eats or drinks.

She is acting normal all except for the eating and drinking. I tried to give her beef broth with electrolytes mixed in it and she threw it back up last night.
She drank some salmon juice this morning so I will see if she holds this down? I will keep you updated.
Should I still give her what you recommend even though it was not diarrhea?
jbruner7 last decade
Hi there, I'm a Qualified Vet Nurse and was wondering if you have checked your Kitty's mouth. She may have mouth ulcers related to calci virus which can be quite common in stray/feral kittens. Then maybe a more specific remedy could be used.If you do find that kitty has mouth ulcers try warming food to body temperature to stimulate senses and I would advise that you blend any food into a soft pate form. ps be sure to check under the tongue. I would also advise a vet check, is she urinating/defacating - they can dehydrate very quickly. This can be an indication as well as a skin tent test. When you pinch up the scruff of the skin it should return and flattern straight away.
Fleur Watkins last decade

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