It could also be that they simply caught a virus, and this will pass once their immune system kicks in.
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My cat has developed chronic diarrhea and I am at my wits. Using a scope down his throat, he was biopsied and all results, sent to U of Pa for analysis, were negative. She barely moves but to lift her head occasionally. A general approach to the treatment of diarrhea is to withhold food for 24 to 36 hours and then give a partial meal.
What can be causing this? Tests for feline leukemia virus and feline immunodeficiency virus FIV are a good idea. They also learn ways to treat animals cheaper and more effectively It has been two weeks.
Kitten has diarrhea after deworming? Temorary state of cat paralysis in kitten? I have tried everything even locking him in a cage with only a litter tray so he is forced to use it. We work hard on educating cat owners on keeping their cats safe. He has had his stool tested. It is nice to know that this service is here for people like myself, who need answers fast and are not sure who to consult.
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Her nose was completely encrusted and she could hardly breath, much less eat. The best way to get a diagnosis is to obtain biopsy samples of the intestines and most vets and cat owners feel that endoscopic examination is a better way to obtain these specimens than exploratory surgery.
I will send out emails to them and see if someone may have a place in their home and heart for Snorkel. Is there something more serious wrong with her?
My 5 month old kitten has been having diarrhea now for. If we are going to use a trial and error approach I usually try metronidazole first but other vets like a different order.
I rescued a small kitten she is probably about 12 weeks now about a month and a half ago. Everything seemed fine for about the first weeks when one kitty appeared to be losing weight. It is best to discuss this with your vet since the dosages are weight dependent and there are times when anti-diarrheal medications are not a good idea.
When the blood work came back, it showed he had hyperthryoidism. Is it possible it will die or is it normal for this to happen sometimes?