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Fainting after vomiting clear fluids

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When was the last time Teddy's heart condition was evaluated? I've had 2 cats with heart conditions that required meds, and one that didn't. None ever
Marsha
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6:09 AM

Sudden coughing fits

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Hey Gina, Ninja did just fine overnight, this morning, and all of today. We didn't end up giving him another Lasix, his coughing subsided and his RRR stayed at
Laura Kay
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Aug 24

Jchoo is dragging both legs

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My heart kitty Bosie threw a clot to the brain that paralyzed him. This is a type of embolic stroke. His legs stayed warm and had pulses. Sigh. I would be
Jenny
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Aug 23

Re: Appetite Stimulant For RCM Kitty

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Cerenia really helped Mr F. The vet let us pick up the pill so we didn't have to bring him to the office. Within 2 hours he was hungry again. We don't know why
Gina
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Aug 21

Expelled blood

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Pulmonary edema from heart failure can cause lung bleeding but this is usually pink frothy sputum rather than frank blood. Sent from a BGTF Phone
Jenny
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Aug 16

Monta introduction and need help/advice

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Thanks Carol. I guess I would just give a half capsule to start and work up. Tracey & (Jasmine) From: Carol [mailto:carolroar@aol.com] Sent: Wednesday,
Tracey
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Aug 12

one sick cat who is gaining too much weight and her brother who has

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hi JR thanks for the tips. they all sound good -- I am just hesitant bec I am not sure which wet foods she will take to and which she will react to cause of
JOSIE NEWMAN
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Aug 10

Any one using Spirolactone alone or in conjunction with lasix?

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Hi Bev That's not an uncommon mix, I have cats who have taken both and they work well together. Spiro is less harmful to the kidneys in cats with CRF as well
Elfinmyst
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Jul 30

Natural supplement?

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I have not heard of this, but I'd research ingredient and see what property it has. It looks like it may be for early stages. On Amazon.com I know there are
ginamarina
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Jul 24

OT - UTI

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Clavamox can be adminstered either in pill or liqid form. Liquid tends to be more easily adminstered in most cats. My angel Sheba once had a very stubborn E
Jordan
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Jul 23

other signs of CHF or respiratory struggle

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Kimberly and Laura, My angel Sheba had feline asthma and heart disease. Her asthma was very well controlled on inhaled steriods (Flovent) via the Aerokat
Jordan
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Jul 23

Oxygen Update

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Bottom line: In the U.S., if it bears the word "Oxygen" and the acronym "USP", a cylinder, normally an E-cylinder, contains medical grade oxygen. In the U.S.,
nyppsi
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Jul 19

more questions about oxygen

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On Thu, Jul 16, 2015 at 11:58 AM, nyppsi@aol.com [feline-heart] ... Very good point. ALWAYS make sure it's medical grade. Or at least that it's intended and
Jim Sinclair
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Jul 16

not known what small lump is on kitten Buster's throat -- OT

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thanks so much Laura for your suggestion. I am going to check his mouth thoroughly. the vet said it could be the salivary gland issue, although she also said
JOSIE NEWMAN
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Jul 14

Looking for oxygen cage for cat

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Revival animal health carries them. http://www.revivalanimal.com/ICU-Cage.html
Jordan
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Jul 12
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