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  1. FeebysOwner

    Vomit Color - Cause for Concern?

    I would wait to see if it happens again. Feeby has vomited up colored stuff (not bile) and no food with it, but I think it was the coloring or close to the color of the food. If any of the foods your girl is eating is even remotely similar in color I would think it is likely stomach acids mixed...
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    How long will a feral mama look for her missing kittens?

    I am not sure what to tell you, so I will try and solicit some members who have more experience with ferals/strays/kittens. @jefferd18, @Jcatbird, @catsknowme, @Sarthur2 to start with...
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    Lethargic but Eating & Drinking

    Hi and welcome to TCS! I think you need to wait for the results of the upcoming blood tests before you get too worried. Blood tests from 2 years ago might not mean anything now. The fact that he is eating and drinking fairly normally are good signs. How long have you been walking him? If it...
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    My cat she's my kitten

    Maybe some tips in this TCS article? How To Introduce A Kitten To An Older Cat – TheCatSite Articles
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    How much omega 3 supplement to give daily to cat with allergies?? Has eosinophilic granuloma complex.

    Are you trying to resolve your cat's EGC with omega-3 supplements? Which type does your cat have? I have seen both Welactin and Nordic Naturals mentioned by members on this site. See below links for how much EPA & DHA is in both of them, and the recommended dosages. Tbh, I wouldn't go over the...
  6. FeebysOwner

    Kitty litter behaviour problems

    What do you mean by this? What kind of problem and is it intermittent or all the time? If intermittent, does it coincide with the times she poops outside the box?
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    Removing loose hair without a brush

    I don't know what all these brushes are that you have tried, so you may have already used a metal pronged brush like this (see pic below). Feeby is a short haired cat, tolerates this brush well, and it collects her hair instead of let it 'fly' everywhere. If not that, how about a lint remover?
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    Help...my cat is increasingly peeing and poohing in the house

    Hi. A lot more information would help - starting with how old is your cat, are there any known health issues, does she go outside? What do you surmise to be the significance of where she pees and poos - as in the front door and the cellar door? Give us more information to help us help you.
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    Low T4 - Cause for Concern?

    I didn't realize that you have had changes in the house and your routine - don't recall reading that in your posts. So, sure that can come into play, no doubt. However, I think that is a stretch to say it is causing proteinuria (what do I know?). Please ask (for me, if not for yourself) how...
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    Overgrooming

    Try some baby food meat (Gerber Stage 2 or Beechnut) to give to her with the Omega 3. Or, some of the lickable treats - Tiki Cat Stix, Vitakraft, Applaws, Wholehearted, or Inaba Churu - even Tiki Cat Mousse (which is a complete cat food meal). Any of these might help her to adapt to the idea of...
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    Featured Possible Mild Separation Anxiety?

    Hi. Poor little baby, he is waiting for you to come home! Maybe leave some worn, unwashed clothing of yours in places other than the spot he is spending his time at, and perhaps even place him in one of those areas right before you leave. Your scent might help him feel a bit better about your...
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    Disguising pills for a cat w. kidney disease

    I don't think that baby food meats (Gerber Stage 2 or Beechnut) would be a problem with her kidney disease. And, for whatever reason, most cats seem to love it. I have given meds to Feeby this way, that when given via oral syringe made her foam at the mouth. So, it might be one option to try. I...
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    My thirteen year-old grey boy has cancer

    I am so sorry for what your little guy and you are going through. Have you discussed chemotherapy with your vet? Cats do very well with this treatment compared to humans, and it might add a considerable amount of time for the two of you to be together. I hope this might be an option for you to...
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    Unsure of what to do after tumor diagnosis

    What is her name? Bless her and you! I have a cat around her age (Feeby, 16+ yo) and regardless of their health, you just know that time is limited. I am glad to hear that rupturing is a lower risk than you originally were concerned about. It is also heartening to hear that she is still doing...
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    Low T4 - Cause for Concern?

    Again, I am just a layperson, but I cannot imagine that it would be mouth/throat cancer. And, if it were, then you would have to believe your cat (what's his name?) has numerous health issues going on at once, given the proteinuria - which to me would have nothing to do with his mouth. I would...
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    Momma cat won’t stop being so stingy with babies food!

    Hi. I agree with @catsknowme - it is OK, and actually preferred, for mama cat to eat the same food as the kittens for now. It could stop her from trying to hoard their food if she knows she is getting the exact same food as they are all the time. She could use the extra nutrition and she...
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    Changing food while on antibiotics?

    Doesn't it seem like that is the way it always works!! If he has already eaten a fair amount of the Tiki dry, then it probably isn't going to be a disruptive to his system than if he had never eaten it before.
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    My pregnant cat is scared of the chandelier

    Are you sure she is scared of the chandelier, or just fearful of being placed in a different room? Most of the time, it is recommended to let a cat venture to other locations in the house when they are ready to do so on their own. Under the circumstances with her being pregnant, that might apply...
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    Changing food while on antibiotics?

    Does he like the Iams dry food? If so, maybe hold off transitioning him until you get the Clostridium taken care of. Why add another potential issue to the equation? If he isn't so keen on the Iams, then you could try to do the same thing with it and the Tiki Cat dry as you are doing with the...
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