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♥ Soul_Spirit last month
penny3 2 weeks ago
You might also show him to a vet. He might have some problem in stomach area. Just to be sure.
If you don't have arsen. then give him Nux vom. Though I told you not to give it before but you can give it now. If problem is more then Give nux two times half an hour apart. Then give it after few hours once if you think no effect is seen.
[Edited by Soul_Spirit on 2019-05-06 08:22:18]
♥ Soul_Spirit 2 weeks ago
I would also check the food brands, google and see
If people are reporting problems. I have 2 cats
And had been giving fancy feast chicken/ turkey
Only as the vet said other things are not designed
For cat digestive system. Also, I did not know that
If cats go for only one day without eating? Their
Liver starts to malfunction and they get very sick.
Both my cats began throwing up food- the problem
Was the fancy feast brand as they started changing
Something- probably using another supplier .
I saw after researching that others were reporting
The same thing.Purina Mfr would not respond
To this. Many of my neighbors cats were having
The same problem - and expensive vet tests.
Make sure cats do not go 24 hours with no food.
Treatment was appetite stimulant , antibiotics,
And new brand of food. However, the vets at the start
Did all kinds of tests- and were wanting to do more.
Because I researched the food after the first vet
Appts., I figured out what the cause was, but I am glad
I learned about what happens after 24 hours of no food.
[Edited by simone717 on 2019-05-06 15:03:10]
♥ simone717 2 weeks ago
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