Re: New member
- I would do what the vet says. I've read that kittens often lose
heart murmurs as they mature, so maybe the vet thinks it's possible
that the arrythmia will resolve itself as he grows. If it hasn't
resolved itself in 6 months, then an ultrasound would be appropriate
at that point.
So I would take him back in 6 months and take it from there.
I bet he's adorable! :-)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "sewcontent" <pjw1@r...> wrote:
> I took my new 12-week-old Persian kitten to the vet. last week and
> she thinks Rocky has an arrythmia. She wants to check him again
> months and if she still hears it, she wants me to take him to the
> local vet. college for an echocardiogram. I've never had a
> like this before. I contacted the breeder and she was
> upset and is getting both parents checked out. I have no desire
> return the kitten to the breeder even though it would be within my
> contract to do so. We are already very attached to him. Any
> or suggestions would be appreciated.
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From: lorrainelorini@... [feline-heart] <email@example.com>
To: feline-heart <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sat, Feb 27, 2016 9:47 am
Subject: [FH] New member
I am haveing a hard time replieing to post I sent questions, No she did not have echo or any blood work Lorit