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Jim Hall May 2nd, 2013 01:12 PM

cat with sore throat needs relief
 
one of my friends cats has a sore troat red and inflamed any reliefs u all know of ?

sugarcatmom May 2nd, 2013 02:00 PM

I would want to know what's causing the cat's throat to be inflamed first before trying anything. Could the kitty have eaten something irritating or toxic? Does it possibly have stomatitis? Does the cat have bad breath? Is he eating okay? Any drooling, vomiting, lip-licking?

What about a vet visit?

In the meantime, slippery elm bark syrup can be soothing to mucus membranes, but it really would be a good idea to figure out the cause first.

Barkingdog May 2nd, 2013 03:56 PM

Your friend should bring their cat to vet , it may have eaten something toxic. Does the cat go outside?

Jim Hall May 3rd, 2013 11:26 AM

went to vet vet gave her a bit of a nis diagnosis gave her a steriod and some anti b to take home she may have got some thing off her coat is a little better today ate some pooped and didnt throw it up may be scheduled for a bath this weekend

Barkingdog May 3rd, 2013 11:53 AM

Does the cat go outside, if it does your friend should made sure there are no toxic plants or flowers the cat can get into. Easter Lilly plants are very toxic including the leaves if a cat just rubbed against the leaf of an Easter Lilly it will toxic to the cat if the cat lick their fur. I was told this at a vet office.

Jim Hall May 3rd, 2013 12:15 PM

in side only we know cats really nothing around to cause it but she is a bit of a compulsive groomer gonna try some slippery elm only thing unusaal was we fed her a phyllum prep but she spit it out thanks didnt know it was a pain relief gonna try some slippery elm


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