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Old July 18th 03, 03:58 AM
TopCat
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Default Cat stopped eating: Follow-up

Thanks for the replies, everyone. The cat is doing fine. She is
eating again and this morning she meowed to be fed and walked. And
meoewed repeteadly once in the car on the way to the vet's. The vet
checked her over and aside from a bit of plaque on her teeth she is
fine. He did think her stomach sounded a little upset, so he
prescribed a medication for her to take for a couple of days. He
thinks she might have eating something that did not agree with her.
I did get her one of those little fingertip brushes and tuna flavored
toothpaste, but getting her to stand still for it is another issue
altogether.
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Old July 18th 03, 04:07 AM
Cathy Friedmann
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Good, I'm glad she's okay. :-)

Cathy

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Thanks for the replies, everyone. The cat is doing fine. She is
eating again and this morning she meowed to be fed and walked. And
meoewed repeteadly once in the car on the way to the vet's. The vet
checked her over and aside from a bit of plaque on her teeth she is
fine. He did think her stomach sounded a little upset, so he
prescribed a medication for her to take for a couple of days. He
thinks she might have eating something that did not agree with her.
I did get her one of those little fingertip brushes and tuna flavored
toothpaste, but getting her to stand still for it is another issue
altogether.



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Old July 18th 03, 04:07 AM
Cathy Friedmann
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Good, I'm glad she's okay. :-)

Cathy

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"TopCat" wrote in message
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Thanks for the replies, everyone. The cat is doing fine. She is
eating again and this morning she meowed to be fed and walked. And
meoewed repeteadly once in the car on the way to the vet's. The vet
checked her over and aside from a bit of plaque on her teeth she is
fine. He did think her stomach sounded a little upset, so he
prescribed a medication for her to take for a couple of days. He
thinks she might have eating something that did not agree with her.
I did get her one of those little fingertip brushes and tuna flavored
toothpaste, but getting her to stand still for it is another issue
altogether.



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Old July 18th 03, 04:48 AM
Sherry
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Thanks for the replies, everyone. The cat is doing fine. She is
eating again and this morning she meowed to be fed and walked. And
meoewed repeteadly once in the car on the way to the vet's. The vet
checked her over and aside from a bit of plaque on her teeth she is
fine. He did think her stomach sounded a little upset, so he
prescribed a medication for her to take for a couple of days. He
thinks she might have eating something that did not agree with her.
I did get her one of those little fingertip brushes and tuna flavored
toothpaste, but getting her to stand still for it is another issue
altogether.




Thanks for the replies, everyone. The cat is doing fine. She is
eating again and this morning she meowed to be fed and walked. And
meoewed repeteadly once in the car on the way to the vet's. The vet
checked her over and aside from a bit of plaque on her teeth she is
fine. He did think her stomach sounded a little upset, so he
prescribed a medication for her to take for a couple of days. He
thinks she might have eating something that did not agree with her.
I did get her one of those little fingertip brushes and tuna flavored
toothpaste, but getting her to stand still for it is another issue
altogether.

Great news!! Thanks for the update, and good luck with the kitty-dental regime!

Sherry
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Old July 18th 03, 04:48 AM
Sherry
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Thanks for the replies, everyone. The cat is doing fine. She is
eating again and this morning she meowed to be fed and walked. And
meoewed repeteadly once in the car on the way to the vet's. The vet
checked her over and aside from a bit of plaque on her teeth she is
fine. He did think her stomach sounded a little upset, so he
prescribed a medication for her to take for a couple of days. He
thinks she might have eating something that did not agree with her.
I did get her one of those little fingertip brushes and tuna flavored
toothpaste, but getting her to stand still for it is another issue
altogether.




Thanks for the replies, everyone. The cat is doing fine. She is
eating again and this morning she meowed to be fed and walked. And
meoewed repeteadly once in the car on the way to the vet's. The vet
checked her over and aside from a bit of plaque on her teeth she is
fine. He did think her stomach sounded a little upset, so he
prescribed a medication for her to take for a couple of days. He
thinks she might have eating something that did not agree with her.
I did get her one of those little fingertip brushes and tuna flavored
toothpaste, but getting her to stand still for it is another issue
altogether.

Great news!! Thanks for the update, and good luck with the kitty-dental regime!

Sherry
 




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