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Old September 26th, 2011, 09:38 PM
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But then again it came back(about 2 weeks later, we had left her with her sister kitty, not alone, while we went on vacation for one week)
Was anyone checking in on them while you were away?


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So more antibiotics
Do you know the name of the antibiotics, and what antibiotics she was given previously?

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but this time her 3rd eye lids were showing so we got her eye drops as well.
What were the eye drops? Did you get them from the vet?

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We have a very good vet however the only news she gave us is that the seizures would slowly become worse until she may never come out of them (euthanasia) or we could take her to a neurologist for astronomical costs.
Was any blood work done?

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Because of her sluggishness I was thinking maybe an anemia so about two days ago I switched her diet to IAMS.
Which flavour? Dry or wet? What was she eating before you switched?

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P.S. she's been nibbling at cat litter, I watch her every time she goes to her litter box and immediately stop her from an afternoon snack (yes it is clumping litter.)
Clay clumping? If so, please switch to something else, like a non-clumping newspaper based litter. Eating clumping litter can be extremely dangerous and unless you're guarding the box 24/7, she will probably sneak some while you aren't watching. Litter-eating can be a sign of anemia, or it can just be a type of pica (eating inedible substances).
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