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Thanks, I might have to take care of it myself. It seems no one cares. I told them all that very day, and to my kowledge there is no vet appointment. Problem is, I do not know which cat it is for sure. One is a several months old, the other is years old.
- Fri Jan 26, 2007 8:57 am
- Forum: Health Issues
- Topic: what do you think this could be? HELP!!!
- Replies: 12
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msvette2u wrote:Either a blockage, or VERY upset tummy or possibly even something stuck in the roof of his mouth (stick or bone) or stuck in his tooth.
Yeah, that could also be it. Update?
Thanks, I just found the same thing... lol I am looking over it. But I can not answer any of the questions since it isn't my cat. I never pay attention to her. I need to have the owner look over this. Thanks for the heads up. You really want to make sure she takes her cat to the vet asap. This is a...
I asked Laney(cat's momma) she said she hadn't noticed anything abnormal, but she doesn't poop scoop since she is pregnant. Something about a chemical in cats poop that can harm a baby? Once again, I have never been pregnant so I am lost on that statement. For all the women cat owners chime in.