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Old April 25th, 2003, 07:09 PM
tylerfitz tylerfitz is offline
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help, my cat is sick

Hi, a week ago we found a male cat (kitten 8 months approx) and brought it home. It is not neutered and my female cat and male cat just had a fit. The female cat is now very sick, throwing up, and has really bad diarrahea. Do you think this could be from the presence of the cat in the house. I am taking it to a Pet Rescue home tomorrow and am hoping the cat will get better. She seems really sick. I took her to the vet today and she didn't have a temp, but they couldn't test any stool. Misty was getting sick there as well. They gave me medication to give her and some food but she froths at the mouth when I give her the medication. I don't know what to do.
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Old April 28th, 2003, 04:03 PM
unclefester unclefester is offline
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Contagious

Sounds like the new cat probably gave the old cat something.

They should both be taken to a vet immediately and have their blood and urine tested for abnormalities.

Fester
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