I am glad to hear this. What a relief!!! As mentioned before the most common reasons for a cat vomiting are constipation, hairballs, and food sensitivities. I have found this to be true with my cats. Sometimes, it is something else (like the bad UTI my male cat had). Just look closely at the signs and if you think there is a more serious cause to the vomiting--don't hesitate to take Flint to the vet.I did find a hairball in my room and since then he has not puked. So im very relieved about that.
He looks like he's at least two years old. Since he's not neutered at this age, his jowl is developing. Male cats that are not neutered or not neutered at a young age develops thicker necks and jowls.I still can't figure out his age.
That makes a lot of sense! Thank you. I was wondering about his jowls. And I never knew that about male cats. I actually love that about him haha. But I am definitely getting him neutered. I am very, very adamant about cats being fixed. I even helped pay for my brothers cat to be fixed because I knew he would keep putting it off and after she had a litter, I literally took the cat myself lol. And then when he kept one of her babies, I told him just bc its male doesn't mean you shouldn't get him fixed. It wasn't until a year later that he complained about his spraying and I had to be like I told ya so. And ended up taking him to get fixed too. Thankfully I know of a great place that does low cost spay and neuters. But they have been so booked and appointments are hard to get. I was glad they were able to get me in as soon as this month. I just hope his vet visit goes well first. His back legs seem off to me. I can't quite put my finger on it. Especially bc he walks and jumps fine. No limping. But its like there is still no fat or muscle there and it looks awkward? Not sure. Maybe I'm just being my usual paranoid self haha.He looks like he's at least two years old. Since he's not neutered at this age, his jowl is developing. Male cats that are not neutered or not neutered at a young age develops thicker necks and jowls.
Neutering him would be good as this will stop his yearn to roam and also better for him heath wise. Here are some articles on neutering :-
The other articles are found here :- spay-and-neuter
That makes a lot of sense! Thank you.
Thank you! I will definitely try Greenies instead, I don't like the low quality of temptations but they love it of course. I use the hairball control kind and it makes a difference. Hopefully they will like the greenies kind better!You are doing a wonderful job with all your kittys. How is Maxine? Temptations is very addicting. Greenies are healthier, Gypsy is as fond of them as the Temptations. I can find the ones for dental and hairball at Walmart or the pet stores and order the ones for skin & fur online.
Oh darn. Well thanks for still replying! I have taken away the dry food and they've all been getting canned only. His stool is still a bit loose but its better than before. He really liked the tuna and pumpkin canned food I got for him so that was good. I need to get more though. He has a great appetite and I go through so many cans so quickly lol. But the vet said he is 9lbs and considering his size, his normal should probably be 12lbs. So I still gotta get his weight up. And I just wanna make sure he is in good shape before his neuter on Thursday.Your last post was deleted in the crash, but to try to reconstruct it ( I received it in email) I might try the canned food for Flint since it agrees with Maxine. How is he now?
Such a beautiful fur family and a gorgeous Christmas tree