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Old October 26th, 2010, 01:56 PM
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The xray would show a blockage as it does show feces.

Yes, dental pain can cause a cat to stop eating, but normally they would be drooling too.

What are you feeding your cat? I highly recommend Kitten Wellness, canned, it is an excellent, palatable food that is easy for your kitten to digest.

http://www.wellnesspetfood.com/produ...?pet=cat&pid=1.

And since you are a new kitty owner, here is about the best website for nutritional info on your cat. Please take the time to go through it, it is amazing what you will learn .

http://www.catinfo.org/
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