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Anemic cat

Hi...I hope its ok to ask about animals. I did see a post on here about animals.
My cat is moderately anemic we thought it was due to flees but not now. He is much quieter (he's a very talkative loud cat) sleeps a lot more, eats much less. The main symptom though has been drooling ..which with vet we figured its due to numbness from vit. b deficiency.
He is not a shy cat, he does go out for a little stroll later in the day...but has has stopped wanting to go out at 8am which is his normal habit. He is 16 years old and otherwise has had no problems. He is a Bengal cat.
When he starts drooling I give him amino b-plex fir a few days...he peps up and that's...this time this is the third day and though drooling has improved he is still very tired and weak looking.Thank you for any help.
[message edited by eyewearinsight on Thu, 27 Mar 2014 16:00:37 GMT]
 
  eyewearinsight on 2014-03-27
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please give him Merc Sol 30 twice a day for 2 days and see how that affects over 7 days.

One dose means 2 pills or drops dissolved in some water or straight in mouth.
 
kadwa 6 years ago
Thank you very much will do that.
Evie
 
eyewearinsight 6 years ago
Thank you...my cats energy level has returned. He enjoys the outdoors again and is active and chatty. One thing remains is the drooling...he still drool though not all the time. But when he does its rather profuse...its not smelly, though maybe a bit sticky.
Thank you again for your help we really are grateful.
 
eyewearinsight 6 years ago
Please wait for a week. If the drooling doesn't reduce on it's own repeat the doses like earlier.
 
kadwa 6 years ago
Thank you for your help...it seems to have resolved.
 
eyewearinsight 6 years ago

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