Hold on............stop the music !
What's this? Could you expand on this....what exactly are you describing here?
The only treatment you spoke of up till then was the take-home Clavamox.
This seems to be true, but personally I still resent it when vets dumb stuff down. The reality is a bit more complex, but nothing most can't understand:You may have to resort to assisted feeding with a syringe, not eating can result in a serious liver issue for cats. Try steaming up the bathroom and sitting with him in the steam, that may open up his nose. A cat will not eat what he can't smell. If you can get his nose opened up he may eat. Giving clavamox for kitty colds is a common practice.
The went ahead and gave him a booster and rabies shot. He has been up more today and even played with me a little, but now he is back sleeping. Throughout the day, he has wanted to lay down a lot. His leg is still swelled up from the shots that happened Friday. There’s no lump as I can tell, but the muscle is still swelled and tender. He seems kinda agitated.Worms should be an easy treatment. I wouldn't get any other shots for him until he gets well, though, so no boosters or rabies shots right now. How is he doing otherwise? Is he eating and acting more like himself?
King is drinking quite a bit. I believe he is hydrated. I’ll keep an eye on it though.If King is eating and drinking very little, it's normal enough not to produce much in the litter box.
By the way, have you checked if King is hydrated? Is he drinking?
Not being hydrated also leads to constipation, lack of energy, lethargy and other ailments you might witness right now.
Test it with a simple procedure.King is drinking quite a bit. I believe he is hydrated. I’ll keep an eye on it though.
I think your cat hasn't just a cold or a sore leg.Update:
I accidentally fell asleep and didn’t get to give him his medicine at 5 a.m. I just woke up and gave it to him at 7:30 a.m. However, not once while giving it did he try to fight back. That is very strange for him because he hates taking medicine, and has fought back every time these past few days. It’s like he is back not feeling well.
I’m not sure. During the day, he acts like his normal self quite a bit. He’ll even play with me. He doesn’t eat very much, but he will go to his dish and eat a little about 7 times a day. He is hydrated, I tried the neck thing. However, it’s when he goes to sleep at night is when things change. He doesn’t act like himself when he first wakes up, and doesn’t until a few hours go by. Then he will be perfectly fine until it’s nighttime again, and he decides to go sleep in my room under the chair. It is when he goes and sleeps under the chair that I know he’s going to act different for a little. His sore throat noise has went away, he has stopped rubbing his nose, and his nose has color to it. I think the antibiotics are helping, but it seems to be taking longer.I think your cat hasn't just a cold or a sore leg.
I just felt his bladder, and it feels normal. He’s acting like he feels fine, and hasn’t made any frequent trips to the litter box. I am getting curious though.I can understand no poop yet, but not even pee is weird enough.
Can you touch is lower belly and see if his bladder feels full?