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47148Re: Weight Gain, too Much?

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  • binarina1
    Feb 7, 2013
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      Hello, thanks. I think I just keep panicking that it's fluid. Although last time he lost weight rather than gained it.

      He has developed a spasm, which has been checked out, and although his breathing is fine when he's awake, when he's in a deep sleep (I think he's dreaming because he's twitching too) his respiratory rate is greatly increased. As soon as he wakes it's back to normal.

      I think I'll get him checked out, will put my mind at rest, hopefully nothing is wrong.

      I'm more relaxed than when we first got him back, I was a nervous wreck then. But I do think I need to try and relax more, I agree, he'll pick up on my stress.

      Thanks again.

      --- In feline-heart@yahoogroups.com, elfinmyst@... wrote:
      > Hi
      > I wouldn't worry too much he has put weight on unless he gets past his
      > healthy weight. Then he might need to be on a calorie controlled diet food with
      > vet supervision. 200g increase can be due to a full bladder, so I wouldn't
      > worry too much about that.
      > You need to relax a little with him if you can. Easy said, I know. But he
      > will know if you are stressed and pick up on it. My boy reached 9kg last
      > year and had to go on a strict diet, he's now 7.5 kg.
      > Lyn
      > _www.myfurkids.co.uk_ (http://www.myfurkids.co.uk/)
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