Clarification

Recovery

April 28th 2011 6:21 pm
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Mommy: Snickers came back home wed. night. She is recovering well. Her attitude right now towards me and the other cats is a rude one. Since I brought her home she has not wanted anything to do with me. She has stayed in one corner of the room and when i try to approach her she runs off. She has tried to get onto the bed and has not been able to successfully jump she has had to climb half way up. I am sure she is unhappy with me right now and pray that she will overcome this change in her life. She is 7 years old and the spaying has been way over due.... I was told by the Dr at the kcspca said, that Snickers is OVER WEIGHT. Says snickers needs weight managment. sighs I never even noticed this. and was told that owners sometimes don't notice cause they own the cat. I have opened snickers up to diabeties an heart disease and arthrities. I cried when I was told this as I am not sure exactly what to do now to help her. I was told to get active feeding toys. bUt I looked at the Petsmart and they dont have them... And how in teh world am i supposed to get snickers to play with the toys to get the food she has never really been interested in toys no matter how i play with her. It breaks my heart to know i am slowly killing my baby girl.. snickers has been with me through thick and thin..so many changes.. I feel awlful. I dont know how it would affect me if snickers is sccumbbed to any of those things but i do know it will kill me inside. Not even snickers regular vet said anything about her weight to me. ???????????????? I work crazy shifts so it would be hard to but the cats... which i would have to make all of them change.. put them on a feeding schedule... I dont see how i can do that.. I thought i was doing everyhting right. set out small bowls of food... goood food protien an stuff not that cheap cat food... and small bowls of clean cold water for them.. sighs

 
 

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Purred by: Rex (Catster Member)

April 28th 2011 at 7:07 pm

Snickers will snap out of her attitude soon, she is still groggy and grumpy from the experience. It sounds like you have been doing everything you can for her. Cats at the age of 7 really don't play much. Don't be so hard on yourself, you will find a way.

Love Rex


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