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Old July 4th, 2013, 10:26 PM
Lil.Tea Lil.Tea is offline
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Worried about 2 year old cat

Hi, my cat had really bad diariah and she threw up two days ago. For that day her pees and poops were very small so I cleaned her litter box to see if it would change. I went to clean it today and there was only one pee, it was a good size but I'm not sure if that is a bad sign. There was no poop. She seems to be eating normaly, but I haven't notice if she drank any water.
I feed her dry food, Wellness indoor cat chicken, and canned food, weruva twice a day. I've stopped feeding her the dry food because I noticed it looked a little different, instead of being wattery it was a bit creamy.

She hasn't seemed to change much but I am also worried about her because she seems to be a little different. In the past couple of weeks she has also lost a bit of weight, although she is a bit overweight.

If anyone can help me out I would appreciate it so much, thank you
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Old July 5th, 2013, 01:41 PM
Barkingdog Barkingdog is offline
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You need to call your vet up right away , if your cat been vomiting and has lose stool and not drinking water that is not good .
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cat not pooing, cat peeing problems, diarhea

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