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  1. MissClouseau

    Excessive Drooling (VERY WORRIED!)

    Lazy Orange House Cat has all great questions to think about. It doesn't even have to be something new. Sometimes cats will stay away from something toxic for years, then for some reason or coincidence will get into that. Or the repeated exposure cause a problem to show symptoms later, like in...
  2. MissClouseau

    Anyone experienced w/ Cholangiohepatitis and non-anorexic fatty liver?

    I know you had one vet getting retired in the middle of everything too ugh. Good luck to us both really.
  3. MissClouseau

    Denamarin or milk thistle?

    Oh no, I’m so sorry for your loss! He experienced love in this world thanks to you. Thank you for the response 🤎
  4. MissClouseau

    Anyone experienced w/ Cholangiohepatitis and non-anorexic fatty liver?

    Primary vet prescribed the Denamarin-like medicine above and thinks this takes care of Cholangiohepatitis. She said she would prescribe ursodiol if there was stones/bile sludging but there was neither at the ultrasound. Internist says ursodiol should be given on this case too They both believe...
  5. MissClouseau

    Anyone experienced w/ Cholangiohepatitis and non-anorexic fatty liver?

    Thank you very much💜
  6. MissClouseau

    Anyone experienced w/ Cholangiohepatitis and non-anorexic fatty liver?

    I don’t know where to write updates so I’ll just do here. I don’t think Hima is doing better after the antibiotics. She was on Synulox 9-18 October. She’s still playful, eats, even gets zoomies for a bit, but... Her short-term but frequent abdominal ache is the same. Excess saliva is the same...
  7. MissClouseau

    Denamarin or milk thistle?

    Hi there. I know it’s an old thread but if you see this, may I ask how your cat is doing and how the medicine went after the last update?
  8. MissClouseau

    Anyone experienced w/ Cholangiohepatitis and non-anorexic fatty liver?

    Sorry for the late reply, I missed the notification. The vets didn’t mention anything about liver flukes or another parasite. I specifically asked the internist if the problem could be about intestinal worms and she said no. I told her Hima hunts lizards and rarely rats despite never eating...
  9. MissClouseau

    Anyone experienced w/ Cholangiohepatitis and non-anorexic fatty liver?

    Thank you @FeebysOwner and @fionasmom. I believe they don’t know if it’s suppurative or non-suppurative. Neither the internist nor the primary vet seems concerned what type it is. In the veterinary book I have there are actually three types. Neutrophilic, Lymphocytic, and the third is “Chronic...
  10. MissClouseau

    Anyone experienced w/ Cholangiohepatitis and non-anorexic fatty liver?

    Happy weekend, everybody. I hope all is well. If you saw my other thread (this), when I took Hima for her annual check-up last April her ALT came 800. 8 times higher than normal range. That month it went down to 500s after only a dewormer and adding a mild milk thistle-curcummin supplement...
  11. MissClouseau

    Hima's Check-Up: High ALT, high creatine. What is going on?

    She does have inflammation currently... on her liver-gallbladder side. Her dental issues are actually (temporarily) quite good as she’s on Synulox antibiotics and that took care of her dental problems for now. And remember her ALT has been high for months. It’s slowly going down since April but...
  12. MissClouseau

    Hima's Check-Up: High ALT, high creatine. What is going on?

    MORE UPDATES. Ultrasound was performed by another internist at our regular clinic! Hima does not have bile sludging, no gallstones. Everything looks normal except... she has mild fatty liver, and inflammation around. She's officially diagnosed with Cholangiohepatitis. When her belly was...
  13. MissClouseau

    Hima's Check-Up: High ALT, high creatine. What is going on?

    UPDATES. I took Hima to an intern specialist on Friday, both to check on her liver and to give her regular deworming. Her last dewormer was in June so we are actually almost a month late. In fact Hima has been having tummy ache after meals again so I thought she maybe had worms. The last time...
  14. MissClouseau

    Dental care for a ~17 yo cat – no teeth cleaning/no teeth brushing ever, and not possible now

    If she has tooth that need to be pulled, I would advice against brushing anyway. Brushing is the absolute best at preventing all kinds of dental issues but once a cat already has teeth that need to be pulled, gums are too sensitive at that point and brushing or dental treats like Greenies seem...
  15. MissClouseau

    Remembering Krista

    I miss seeing her beautiful, painting-like face too. Here I am for that reason!💗
  16. MissClouseau

    Excessive licking and red dots on tummy‼️

    Overlicking like this alone can be the cause of the red dots as overgrooming is irritating for the skin too. Allergy is always possible. From intestinal parasites to urinary issues to tummy ache quite a few different things might cause overgrooming (that area.) If your kitty hasn’t had a...
  17. MissClouseau

    Is it primary IMHA or is there an underlying cause

    Hi there. I’m late but I’m also from İstanbul. I suggest taking consultation from an internal medicine specialist. There is Adakent Veteriner w/ Alper Bayrakal, or Nilufer Aytug at Animalia for example. Also for ultrasound, a lot of vets here send to Dr Halil Mahzunlar at Trio Veteriner...
  18. MissClouseau

    Cat breaths fast sometimes, will he be okay during his tooth extractions tomorrow?

    Did they check his lungs and heart? If not, I would call and speak to them and first get his lungs and heart checked. That's normal procedure before every operation in Turkey anyway.
  19. MissClouseau

    What else besides FortiFlora?

    Do you think it could help if you split one Fortiflora onto different meals in a day? Or would she get bored of Fortiflora that way too?
  20. MissClouseau

    Long term treatment for struvite

    GimCat has a Urinary Paste. German brand. Premium pastes in a new dimension - GimCat English Side note, I've been using GimCat's malt paste for years now and it works well on my cat for hairballs. But this summer I tried their Derma Paste and not only my cat didn't like its taste at all, it had...
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