A kitten i bred last year has been rushed into hospital His owner contacted me over the weekend and said she's had to rush him into the emergency vets on Sunday evening as one eye had started changing colour and he'd suddenly become very unsteady on his feet. He's a Ragdoll and has the usual ragdoll blue eyes ...his right eye had started to turn green. He had a temp of 105 and was sent home after a hefty dose of antibiotics and painkillers, with strict instructions to get him to her usual vet first thing on Monday morning (no inpatient care at the emergency vets) He was admitted into hospital on Monday morning, popped straight onto a drip and had a fairly comfortable night. He's been treated previously (within the past 6 weeks) with antibiotics and steroids for mucus (sp) stools and diareah and seemed to get a little better, he's also lost quite a bit of weight. He's been raised on a high quality wet meat diet, with access to dry food and also uses a water fountain. He's still on kitten food as he's only just celebrated his first birthday (last week). He was fully vaccinated at 9 and 12 weeks with Novibac Tricat (Flu/enteritis/leukemia). His booster isn't due until July. He's followed a strict worming programme (milbemax). His blood tests today showed that he's anaemic, has raised bilubrium (sp?), is jaundiced and has a low white blood cell count. Normal electrolites. He's tested negative for FIV and FeLV. He's due to have an ultrasound this afternoon and xrayed tomorrow (he's still too weak for xrays today). The vet felt that his intestines felt "spongey" in his initial examination and will be looking for the possibility of some kind of tumour in his ultrasound. His owner is naturally worried sick about her baby. Does anyone have any ideas or experience of this / these types of results? Any ideas of what else we could test for? I'm thinking, with the jaundice problem, it's possibly liver/kidney related. I'm very close to his owner, in fact, she's on her way over to spend a few days here with me whilst her boy is in hospital - she doesn't drive and the hospital is nearer to me than to her. I'll be providing a taxi and moral support role over the next wee while. PLease keep everything crossed for the poor boy.