Close X

Guest Member Since

My CAT is very skinny and old, and even though she can eat she's wobbly and thin, is there anything I can do to help?

I know my cat is very old, stone deaf, and quite wobbly on all fours, but I can't stand putting her to sleep,she can still eat but it can't seem to…

ASKED BY Member 1132189 on 9/23/12
TAGGED cat, pain, wobbly, skinny, thin, help IN Illness & Disease

Guest Member Since

Post concussion syndrome, or 'wobbly cat'?

She has seen 2 vets, and without an exam they label her sick from distemper while being carried to term. Her whole family looks healthy, mom is feral…

ASKED BY Member 1130491 on 9/12/12
TAGGED concussion, medical, wobblycat, kitten, dizzy, vestibular, vertigo IN Health & Safety

Guest Member Since

My husbands cat is wasting away no matter what we do but he isn't in pain, should we have him put to sleep?

My husbands cat is a 17 year old longhaired Tabby/Manx... about 6 months ago he began drinking endless amounts of water, sometimes to the point…

ASKED BY Member 1113338 on 5/30/12
TAGGED oldcat, skinny, noteating, notdrinking, notwalking, wobbly, euthanasia IN Health & Wellness


Update: Help! my cat lost weight rapidly.. I just got back from ER. They took a urine sample and said he has a kidney.…

infection. they gave him hydration (dehydrated even though he's been drinking alot!??) and antibiotic shot that lasts 2 weeks. they said it could…

ASKED BY Zippo on 4/3/10
TAGGED unsteadygait, lackofappetite, weightloss, kidneyinfection, confusion, wobbly IN Health & Wellness


There is a (friendly) stray female that hangs around my house. She stretches a lot and is unbalanced. What is this?

I estimate she is about 1 year old. At first I thought the stretching was a nervous habit. She stretches out her back legs and will stay in that…

ASKED BY Jesse on 11/19/09
TAGGED unbalanced, wobbly, stretching, heat, female IN Health & Wellness

Guest Member Since

My 4 yr old F cat threw up 2 days ago. She has not thrown up since, but has been wobbly when she walks?

She does not go outside, goes to the vet on a regular basis, and I don't think she ate anything bad.

ASKED BY Member 787524 on 1/4/09
TAGGED cats, wobbly, vomit IN Health & Wellness