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RE: younger adult cat not eating; vet tests inconclusive

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Posted by: fyrerain at Tue Dec 14 14:56:07 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by fyrerain ]  
   

> Have you considered force feeding your cat?

Fortunately, that wasn't necessary. CT's appetite revived once I found him something he could/would eat. Pudding-like seems to be the right texture. Thanks for the resource, though. Since I usually have several cats, I never know what's going to happen in the future. :>

It's also important to keep the cat hydrated.

That part's proving to be easy. Even when he won't eat a type of canned food, if I mash it up and add water, he'll at least lap up the "broth" part. Sometimes, he'll even get in a bit of the food, itself.

Now if I can just get him eating more in one sitting. Fortunately, I have holiday break coming and will be able to be home to feed him several times a day, most of the time.

Thanks!


   

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