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10:39 AM - 09/17/2006

The topic: Something’s wrong with Lisa

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It started last week.  She’d sound like she was gagging on something, but nothing ever came up.  It wasn’t like a “I’m gonna puke!” cat gag, it was like it was hard for her to swallow type of gag.  She ate kibble yesterday afternoon, but I watched this morning and she had one piece in her mouth, tried to swallow and spit it back up.

I was able to get some Hill’s A/D down her (she wouldn’t eat it on her own, she prefers the kibble) and she kept it down.  I also tried a little NutriCal, which she liked.  She licked that off of her leg and did a little grooming after that. She also was able to eat a little piece of cornbread.

I’m thinking she either has a sore throat, or there is something wrong in her mouth.  Teeth, gums, I dunno.  I do know I’ll be taking her to the vet this coming week. 

I don’t like it when a cat can’t eat.



Thats what Wills was doing.  His turned out to be a broken tooth and sore gums. Of course he also had the tumor which the vet thought might be causing him not to eat too, but the tumor was in a sweat gland not even near his mouth.

I hope whatever it is that it heals up quick and easy. Yep, not eating is a sure sign of something.

Posted by Wilkal @ Sunday, September 17, 2006 - 1:37:51 PM

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