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    Male Cat Humping Furry Throw

    @LTS3 no changes in the home. I have toys that keeps him engaged. As long as nothing is wrong with him. I'll give me a stuff animal. Thanks!
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    Male Cat Humping Furry Throw

    Buddy will be 3 years old next month. When I first got him, he was neutered and it was confirmed by the vet. When I first got him I noticed that he would tried to hump his sister that lasted all of two weeks and I haven't had an issue since then. Well in the last two weeks, I noticed that he...
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    Is this UTI or wanting attention?

    I have two cats Buddy and Missy. Yesterday I had Buddy's teeth clean and he had two teeth removals. Buddy is a naturally affectionate cat so when he came home he was high as a kite and affectionate. No biggie. Because I had to pay attention to Buddy, outside of feeding Missy, I didn't pay...
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    High Calcium Levels

    Just giving an update: Missy's GI panel came back normal. Now the vet wants to do a biopsy so I'm going to find a hospital to do that part. However, I don't understand the need for a GI panel if a biopsy needed to be done anyways. Daftcat75 the vet does want to start my cat on steroids. I...
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    High Calcium Levels

    Thank you! After I get Missy's test results back. I will find a specialist for her.
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    High Calcium Levels

    Thank you!
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    High Calcium Levels

    Update: My cat had the ultra sound nothing obvious. however her intestines were a little thick; that has the vet a little concern. So she can't rule out if it's cancer or something else. The vet is going to do a chest x-ray and a GI panel. The vet is hoping it's malabsorptive disease -...
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    High Calcium Levels

    Well I received Missy's test results and the vet says the levels are still high. The next step is to do a ultra sound next week to see if there are any tumors. Which we all know could mean cancer/lymphoma I may ask the vet if its a possibility that Missy has an impacted anal gland. But I'm...
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    High Calcium Levels

    The vet said there could be any number of possible causes however high calcium levels can lead to kidney failure, thyroid issues, tumors, etc. In my research, it's unknown what causes high calcium in cats. Missy has been vomiting off and on for the last 7 days. But she wasn't lethargic. She...
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    High Calcium Levels

    She primarily eats Nutro cuts in gravy (chicken, turkey, beef). But I have started feeding her Merrick Backcountry Grain Free (duck, chicken, turkey). Every blue moon she will get Fancy Feast in gravy. Dry cat food is Only Natural Pet Feline Power Food. Snacks: Tempetations My cat is...
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    High Calcium Levels

    I had a blood panel done on Missy so she can get her teeth clean. The results were good except for her calcium levels. According to the vet, 11.2 is the "normal" range and Missy was 12.9. I'm bringing her to the vet tomorrow to run more tests. Her kidney and urine levels were normal. Does...
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    Did Vet cut back nails too short???

    @indigoparent how is your Kitty’s nails?
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    Cat Ate Pencil

    Thank you for the reply. I’ve been watching them and they have been able to poop with no problem. I’m going to keep wat Hong them.
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    Cat Ate Pencil

    Hello, Yesterday One (or both) of my two cats decided to eat half a colored pencil. Neither show signs of discomfort. I immediately gave them fur ball medicine and some pumpkin to help expel the items. Considering this is a wood pencil. I don't believe lead pencils are used anymore...
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    Cat Paw Problem?!

    Hi! I don't know how to edit my original post. But here is a close up of the injury.
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