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Old March 19th, 2010, 12:12 AM
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My senior cat also had a "mild" sedative for manual evacuation at the conventional vets a little over a year ago, I was told the effects would clear in 2-3 hours but it actually took more than 12 hours

If he's not looking better & eating some by early afternoon, I would give the vet a call.

Has your cat had bloodwork & urine tests done in the last year? Any abnormal results?

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