Adding in that with it as a topper and the Mirataz, she's been doing great eating-except the fact that she keeps hunching after.I do or have been using it for every meal to get her to eat, small amounts. I tried today to stop it and she won't eat much without it yet. I'm holding out for a bit. Her next appointment is the 11th of October. Yes I did mention that I use it-but yesterday I was mulling on her lack of improvement and I landed on the nutritional yeast as a possible factor. I don't know-grasping at straws a bit. But if I can't get her to eat better without it today I will probably cave in and just get her to eat a healthier amount. I will add she's had a few small bites of food, but I really think that's the Mirataz talking.
Thank you, I agree. It just helps to hear another voice on this.My cat vet has always said that any cat in question has to eat, no matter what other condition they have. If I were you, I would probably try a little bit of the yeast cautiously.
The 11th is not that far off, so you can discuss a possible reaction to the medication and also the hunching/teeth grinding which might go together as some intestinal discomfort.
Could it be pain-related? Dude's appetite & sociability decline substantially due to his arthritis. Solensia helps greatly when it works.And now she's not eating more than a few bites even on Mirataz. I spoke too soon.