RE: [FH] Re: [CRF] Ozzie update, some questions
- our vet has a nice medicated shampoo that he gives us for max when his skin
gets dry...it's very mild and for sensitive skin....it's called DVET....
From: Helen [mailto:helenandcats@...]
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2002 1:28 PM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; elanonuevo@...;
Subject: [FH] Re: [CRF] Ozzie update, some questions
> Ozzie's poop is black and tarry and I read ongetting
> Tanya's website that is a symptom of the kidney problem. Well it is
> all over everything! I'm not mad at Oz, he can't help it, and he's almostI'm afraid I don't recall writing this. It's not so much a symptom of CRF
> embarassed about it anyway. But what can I do for his little butt?
but may indicate bleeding somewhere in the digestive tract.
> I read on a show cat site to bathe with Woolite because it's gentler thanthe
> commercial cat bathing products. I didn't put Oz in the bath, but used
> Woolite suds on a washcloth to get most off it off. But the poor guy hasI
> tons of hairballs that he's having to work on now (and he IS grooming, so
> guess that's yet another good sign?). Any suggestions? He's got one baldI don't think I'd risk using a commercial detergent like this on a cat,
> spot already! :(
even though it's supposed to be mild. I'd just try warm water to start with.
Helen, Harpsie, Indie and Karma, and Angels Tanya, George and Thomas
Tanya's UK Feline Chronic Renal Failure Information Centre
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