I ve seen cats get hiccups before. They don t usually last too long and might have a couple of episodes. I would not worry. If you see it consistently though,Message 1 of 2 , May 27, 2004View SourceI've seen cats get hiccups before. They don't usually last too long and
might have a couple of episodes. I would not worry. If you see it
consistently though, it'd probably be wise to check with your vet to see
what's going on.
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Sent: Thursday, May 27, 2004 5:05 AM
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Subject: [FH] Can cats get hiccups?
I noticed that Connor was "hiccupping" after I fed him breakfast two days in
a row. It didn't last long and he didn't seemed bothered by it. Last night
he was lying near me and he started to do it again. The best I can describe
it is that it was like having the hiccups. Again, it didn't last long and
he started to purr as soon as he finished with them and laid by me for about
an hour afterwards aswekk. This morning he was fine. He ate breakfast,
terrorized his half sister and was his usual laid back self.
Any thoughts? Should I be worried about this?
JoAnn & Connor
1/2 30 mg Diltiazem 2x a day
1/2 of 2.5 mg Enalalpril daily
12.5 mg Lasix daily
low dose Aspirin 2x a week for HCM
1 puff 110 Flovent 2x a day for Asthma
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