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Purred by: Lazy (Catster Member)

September 26th 2009 at 8:46 am

Izzie !!! thank you so much for the comment ...!!! you are really cute too! cant wait for my Lazy to be like you! lots & lots of fur =)

btw i love your color a lot !!!
Purred by: Bobby (Catster Member)

December 7th 2009 at 6:36 pm

hey... you are very cute cat.... and tnx for answering on my question... i also like to play with water in sink... hehe :))
Purred by: Thea H

May 3rd 2010 at 6:28 pm

Thank you Izzie,but the're still having there bouts.we love them both and I guess we'll just deal.Your sooooo cute We posted a pic of syd but dont see it yet.
Purred by: Danielle L

October 26th 2012 at 11:38 pm

Hi there! You commented on my sick kitten and I can't figure out how to comment back! She was on fancy feast as recommended by the vet. We just changed her to purina pro plan for kittens, as recommended by the vet. We have been putting about a tsp of squash baby food in her soft food, as the vet said that or pumpkin may help. We are at a loss of what to do and of course, have spent so much money that we aren't looking to spend anymore. So far I've noticed a tiny bit of difference since we changed the food and with the squash, but not much. She eats really well and she knows how to use the litter box, but she can't make it there....it comes out wherever she is. It's like running and light brown in color.....not to get too graphic! Any help is appreciated!
Purred by: Izadore (Izzie) (Catster Member)

October 27th 2012 at 2:38 pm

Hi, Danielle. It just breaks my heart that your kitten is having these issues. Diarrhea in kittens is actually pretty common. It can be due to an bacterial infection which it looks like your vet suspected. If it's a virus, antibiotics usually won't do any good although there are some anti-viral antibiotics out now. Make sure that your kitten doesn't get anything from your food table and that she's not chewing on plants or other non-food items or drinking cow's milk. Instead of the squash or pumpkin (not pie mix--canned pumpkin), you can also try an eighth of a teaspoon of wheat bran in her food. She may not be able to tolerate commercial kitten food such as Fancy Feast. Purina makes a prescription food. I'd ask about putting her on a special diet. It doesn't seem like she's acting "sick" from what you said, but it could eventually get there. Dehydration is one of the worst side-effects of constant diarrhea--that, plus the baby won't gain wait if her food goes through her like a freight train. Again, I'd like to suggest a second opinion from another vet, or a visit to your specialty clinic. I know you've spent a lot of money on her, but I also have the feeling that you love her very much and don't want to give up on her. I'm not sure that you can pawmail me since you aren't Catster members, but try clicking on Izzie's profile photo in the answers section. If that doesn't work, email me at pawz4thought1@yahoo.com. I wish you MUCH good luck with your baby. Please keep me updated!
Joy and Iz.


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