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Update on Bella

(3)
Bella is doing well. No more vomiting incidents or coughing. I'm seriously wondering if it was an allergy issue that day. I know I'm having a heck of a
kdr7
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Jun 15

Bad Morning for Bella

(3)
A lot of mine are doing the hacking too with furballs, it's the season. If the breathing at rest is back to normal, that's likely the reason. Furballs can also
Elfinmyst
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Jun 12

Re: She wont eat...this morning

(3)
She is a torti.  I gave her the meds in liver flavored friskies.  She ate a bit and then came up and went to sleep on my bed.  She is doing stomach
KaraR.
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Jun 9

She wont eat

(7)
Kara, excellent suggestions from Carol.  Atenolol must have a pretty nasty taste!!  I have no experience with this med (my cat was on vetmedin and
chouette
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Jun 9

Update on Nero - what is going on??

(3)
Hi Jean, So sorry to hear about Nero.  Such a worry and I hope you can get some needed help here.  I have a couple of thoughts after reading your post and
april simpson
3
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Jun 7

Upcoming visit to vet school

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Kara, this is going to be a LONG, LONG night for you, I know, especially as you don't know what's going on, and they don't seem to know. I never had to endure
chouette
47
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Jun 4

Xrays Don't Show Fluid in Lungs but Cat has Labored Breathing

(3)
If it is asthma and you want a holistic treatment, feel free to private message me. My cat has asthma and I managed to control his asthma without medication
Emily Co
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May 18

Traveling with kitty

(3)
Hi Sebastian's Mom, Sorry, I'm not sure of your name.  We have traveled with older cats and have managed pretty well.  We hope to be traveling again this
april simpson
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May 14

Introducing Davin

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Hi Anne-Marie, I remember you, Anne-Marie and how you and I seem to gravitate to the cats nobody wants.  I'm sorry that you had a need to join this group and
april simpson
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May 11

Breathing and Meds Advice Needed

(3)
My cat was put on Amlodipine like yours, for a while she had to take Furosemide to remove fluid from her abdomen when she was in CHF. She also takes Enalapril
Karen Bodin
3
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May 4

new to group too much experience with HCM

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Oops, I knew I'd forget something.  Mugsy (and all of my cats) are also onproviable and prozyme. The treatment for helicobacter included 3 antibiotics
Kathleen King
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May 2

Should I give my HCM cat predisolne?

(5)
I would also not give steroids to a cat with heart disease...it was prescribed to my cat also when she was already in CHF, I had to insist on Furosemide and
Karen Bodin
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Apr 30

Worried and need someone that understands

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Put her down. Are you kidding me??? IF they are friends I would get rid of them.. Heart disease is treatable. I have a cat that was diagnosed at 8 months with
gypsyrose190
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Apr 24
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