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Old November 6th 03, 03:24 PM
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have a large female cat,started hunching up like it has to go to the
bathroom,went online figured it was alot of hairballs in her,went to petmeds
and bought laxatone for
hairball elimination,when she does poop they are thin poops and have much
hair in them,but i guess what i think
is happening now is that she is dehydrated,and the poop must be rock hard in
her......
is there something i can buy ,or give her to help her poop soften up so she
can go alittle easier?

thanks for any help
Dan



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Old November 6th 03, 04:26 PM
Karen Chuplis
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When its this serious, she needs a vet. That could be VERY dangerous to her
and OTC stuff isn't going to help. Laxatone is a good way to keep this from
happening in the future, but at this stage, she should really see someone.

Karen

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have a large female cat,started hunching up like it has to go to the
bathroom,went online figured it was alot of hairballs in her,went to

petmeds
and bought laxatone for
hairball elimination,when she does poop they are thin poops and have much
hair in them,but i guess what i think
is happening now is that she is dehydrated,and the poop must be rock hard

in
her......
is there something i can buy ,or give her to help her poop soften up so

she
can go alittle easier?

thanks for any help
Dan





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Old November 6th 03, 04:26 PM
Karen Chuplis
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When its this serious, she needs a vet. That could be VERY dangerous to her
and OTC stuff isn't going to help. Laxatone is a good way to keep this from
happening in the future, but at this stage, she should really see someone.

Karen

wrote in message
...
have a large female cat,started hunching up like it has to go to the
bathroom,went online figured it was alot of hairballs in her,went to

petmeds
and bought laxatone for
hairball elimination,when she does poop they are thin poops and have much
hair in them,but i guess what i think
is happening now is that she is dehydrated,and the poop must be rock hard

in
her......
is there something i can buy ,or give her to help her poop soften up so

she
can go alittle easier?

thanks for any help
Dan





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Old November 6th 03, 09:06 PM
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yeah...thats what i thought tooo....

thanks

"Karen Chuplis" wrote in message
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When its this serious, she needs a vet. That could be VERY dangerous to

her
and OTC stuff isn't going to help. Laxatone is a good way to keep this

from
happening in the future, but at this stage, she should really see someone.

Karen

wrote in message
...
have a large female cat,started hunching up like it has to go to the
bathroom,went online figured it was alot of hairballs in her,went to

petmeds
and bought laxatone for
hairball elimination,when she does poop they are thin poops and have

much
hair in them,but i guess what i think
is happening now is that she is dehydrated,and the poop must be rock

hard
in
her......
is there something i can buy ,or give her to help her poop soften up so

she
can go alittle easier?

thanks for any help
Dan







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Old November 6th 03, 09:06 PM
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yeah...thats what i thought tooo....

thanks

"Karen Chuplis" wrote in message
...
When its this serious, she needs a vet. That could be VERY dangerous to

her
and OTC stuff isn't going to help. Laxatone is a good way to keep this

from
happening in the future, but at this stage, she should really see someone.

Karen

wrote in message
...
have a large female cat,started hunching up like it has to go to the
bathroom,went online figured it was alot of hairballs in her,went to

petmeds
and bought laxatone for
hairball elimination,when she does poop they are thin poops and have

much
hair in them,but i guess what i think
is happening now is that she is dehydrated,and the poop must be rock

hard
in
her......
is there something i can buy ,or give her to help her poop soften up so

she
can go alittle easier?

thanks for any help
Dan







 




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