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Posted on: 1:02:48 PM 4/12/2008

chances are she licked some of it. It is probably a reaction to the taste and sensation on her tongue. Some cats if they can reach where you put it, or lick it off their house mates, will drule, hang their tongue out, pant etc, till it goes away. ...

Posted on: 5:15:02 PM 4/1/2008

Any high calorie can food is great. I use Medical's recovery formula. High in calories and great tasting for them. Water it down with either water, or milk if their GI will take it. I set her bowl on a very tall coffee mug (she is quite small) but i...

Posted on: 11:14:54 AM 3/11/2008

I havent heard of a drug that can do that. Although Canada is a bit behind with new drugs compaired to the states. Lacey has had her problem from birth. I got her when she was 4 weeks old and bottle fed so didnt even realize she had a problem till...

Posted on: 6:52:38 PM 1/4/2008

Sounds like an abcess. You need to go to the vets and get it cleaned out and probably a course of antibiotics. Do you have other cats, or does your cat go outside that it could have gotten bitten. Usually that is the cause. A cats mouth carries so ...

Posted on: 2:22:34 PM 11/13/2007

Advantage is probably the best. It kills the flea on contact, your pet doesnt have to be bitten by the flea to be killed. It is quite safe. Revolution is good to, but the flea has to bite to be killed. Stay away from pet store items. I work in a v...

Posted on: 9:20:42 PM 11/12/2007

thanks for the replies, Yes, I had her to Guelph University at the veterinary college there. They did the barium series there and confirmed that she did have megasophogus, as well as a persistant right aortic arch, which is where an artery is wrapp...

Posted on: 8:36:25 PM 10/19/2007

I have been told it is rare, but my one year old cat has megasophogus with persistant right aeortic arch. Does anyone else have a cat with this, and go through the ups and downs of keeping her healthy???

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