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Old October 18th, 2010, 01:13 PM
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Originally Posted by davmar77 View Post
what we have now done is to close the older cat in one of the bathrooms when we are not home. he has water, food, a litter box and something to lay on. i know this is not the answer but for now, it will have to do. .
I'm still wondering what else you've tried and what exactly the vet visit involved. Do you have any lab results you could post?
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