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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Yoshi123, Apr 25, 2020.


  1. Yoshi123

    Yoshi123 PetForums Newbie

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    My cat is very unwell he’s lost all interest in food and water, he’s very lethargic stopped cleaning himself. He’s had a dental and X-ray of his jaw as vet thought it was very painful. When being brought around after op vet discovered tube was full of puss. He’s presently at the vets on drip pain relief and antibiotics. Has anyone experienced anything like thud
     
  2. Veronica Chapman

    Veronica Chapman PetForums Member

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    Hi Yoshi 123, so sorry that your beloved cat is ill. He is in a safe place under good care post his operation. Pus generally indicated infection which he is having antibiotics treatment and fluid to keep him hydrated until he is able to eat. He should respond well.
    Our Bengal Benji was very ill last year with abnormal growth in his kidneys and had several operations but subsequently lost his fight.
    Please trust your Vet and team, call them again before you bed down tonight. They should would be glad to keep you updated :Cat. Veronica x
     
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    Yoshi123 PetForums Newbie

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    They think the face pain is a feline version on neuralgia and with morphine he has eaten. the lungs they thing are something different. He’s on antibiotics for that until lab results come back.
     
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