|Purred: Sun May 4, '08 2:42pm PST |
|This is Delyte. If you are not eating, your person should definitely be feeding you, even if you don't want it. Cats go rapidly downhill after even one day without food. Feedinhg, either by hand or with a tube inserted, can get you through a crisis where you have no appetite, to a point where your body feels better and you can eat on your own. My person had to force feed me for more than two weeks after surgery in 2005, and we all hated it, but when I healed up I finally got interested in food again. I just turned 13 and am more interested in food than ever! Try some baby food [make sure it has no onion in it] or some cat food thinned with water. A syringe is best, you can get one from your doctor.
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