Re: [FH] Re: Twitch in Cat
- Yes he was. And thank you to those who responded to my question. I had to
leave her there in the morning and pick her up after work, which I hate to
do. But this is a great office and it is a feline only office. So no
noisy, barking dogs (and I do love dogs also....). He checked her heart and
said it is doing good. He said there was a buildup/clump of ear wax in her
ear canal and once we get that clear the head twitching should stop. I did
not see anything to indicate he had checked her thyroid levels (which
concerns me) and he was already gone. He is a feline expert though, has
written books, articles etc.; and you can tell he really loves cats.
So....I am trying to trust that he is right. Funny thing, after a day at
the vets (I took her sister with her to keep her company as she needed her
kidney levels checked anyway) she came home and was acting like a new cat!
Guess she does not want to go back anytime soon???? Thanks again.
----- Original Message -----
From: "diane" <diane@...>
Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 8:53 PM
Subject: [FH] Re: Twitch in Cat
> Was the vet able to see Snickers today?
> >My Snickers has a heart murmer, has a thyroid problem, etc. Last night
> >noticed when she was purring, every so often or every little bit her
> >would sort of twitch. Did not do it this morning. Tonight, same thing.
> >Hopefully the vet can see her in the morning. She's been pacing around
> >she did before the heart problem was diagnosed (but not as much as back
> >then). I can just tell she does not feel up to par. Any ideas as to the
> >problem? Need a change of meds maybe? She is on atenolol, loetinsin,
> >tapazole, potassium supplement and liqui-tinic. Thanks a bunch guys.
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