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|Purred: Mon Mar 16, '09 3:42pm PST |
|At 10 weeks, he should only be on just one kitten food, just one brand, just
one type. Its the food that is giving him diarea, kittens have very very
sensitive digestive systems. Pick one, then keep him on it. Not familiar
Pro Health, what brand is that, who makes it? With kittens that young, you
can't mix brands, feeds, types.
I ran into that prob, when the pet sitter gave the 2 10 week old kittens,
adult food, came home from a show to 2 sick kittens, throwing up and
My vet x-rayed their intestines, and found they were inflammed, and put
them on Metrodalazine, which I can't spell, some call it Flagyl. The
breeder I got them from, had started them on Purina Kitten Chow, not
the greatest food, but thats what they have to stay on, until they are
7 months old.
You might want to go to another vet, and ask them to x-ray his intestines.
What medication did they put him on?
Best of luck, hope this helps, takes lots of pictures now, they grow so