Welcome, Guest
Dogs For Sale
Username:
Password:

Please login to add/view friends online.



Quick Dog Breed Selector:
Quick Traffic Stats:
Visitors Online: 154
Today's Visits: 40,080
Yesterday's Visits: 96,380

Discussion Forums

Collapse Quick Menu

Message Central

Unread[0]
Inbox[0]
Trash[0]

Who's Online

Viewing all posts found for user Monamour
Found 16 post(s)
Posted on: 3:11:03 AM 3/18/2008

You don't mention how old your cat is. But what you are describing sounds quite serious. You should go to your vet to check her, do the bloodwork and chest x-ray.
Could be primarily respiratory problem (infection, asthma) or more commonly cardia...

Posted on: 3:06:44 AM 3/18/2008

The age is quite decent and would deserve a little bloodwork.
Anorexia in cats is very dangerous since they get the Fatty liver disease and will die without expensive vet care.
Just do the bloodwork (cost around 100$) and that will screen a...

Posted on: 2:59:47 AM 3/18/2008

First make sure u switch gradually to the new diet (over 1 week.
Can use any good brand. Best are Royal canine, Eukanuba, Science diet.

Posted on: 2:56:48 AM 3/18/2008

Quickest way is to shave the chin comletely, wash it with betadine solution (iodopovidone) make sure it's well diluted (light tea color so you don't dry the skin too much and then apply Mupirocin ointment (can get in vet's office)which is an antibiot...

Posted on: 2:50:26 AM 3/18/2008

When having long-haired cat you can help her with grooming, if possible on daily basis. Get a comb in the pet store and brush her. It will reduce amount of hair swallowed as well improve a bond with your cat.
Laxatone is is a good idea as it was...

Posted on: 2:44:31 AM 3/18/2008

Try urinary diet from Royal canine. My cats are very picky but they love Royal canine which offers perscriptions diet as well as regular ones.
Good luck.

FIDO
BoneHeartCircleHydrant
Order Pet Tag


© Copyright 2003-2014 TerrificPets.com (an OffLeashMedia Company)

Dogs
 
Horses Cats