9361Re: hi i am new to this
- Feb 2, 2003Dear friend,
Welcome to the board. No doubt, you will find alot of good info
from others here about heart and other related conditions. I too
have heard about white cats(if Cotton is indeed white!) having that
predisposition to blindness. I also agree that diabetis, even if
it's well controlled, can cause blindness in people so it's possible
in Cotton's case.
Do mention the sneezing to your vet. Cats (and people) can have
allergic reactions to aspirin, which can be serious. The most
dangerous reaction would be an asthma attack. So the sneezing is
deffinity worth watching. Good luck.
--- In email@example.com, "jebroussard
<jebroussard@y...>" <jebroussard@y...> wrote:
> my cat(cotton) 14yrs old has resently gone blind. they though itstill
> could be high blood pressure. but i had that check and it was not
> high. but they found that she does have an enlarged heart. but
> not sure why she is blind. she has been a dietbetic most of herlife.
> her sister died last sept. 2002 . she has an appt. feb. 13 to gether
> eyes check with a spealist. they have started her on atenolol 25mg,with
> she only to get 1/2 a pill a day. also they want me to give her
> childrens asprin every three days. this morning she had a will bad
> attach of the sneezes/cough. does this mean anything. no one has
> really discussed what i am to watch out for. i know what to doe
> her dietbeties. they also did blood work on her and every thingcame
> back good. thyroid , kidney with good.
> thanks for letting me vent
> i hate not knowing what to do.
> cotton's mom
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