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UPDATE RE:Chloe at the vet

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by cariad65, Jan 3, 2012.


  1. cariad65

    cariad65 PetForums Junior

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    update on Chloe the vet said she might have nerve damage as her bladder felt full so we have to stop feeding her at 8 tonight and take her back for x-ray tomorrow at 9am,

    she said it more likely that she had a little knock by a car as 3 paws were scuffed and her bottom lip plus her tail is just dangling there, she gave her anti-inflammatory and painkiller she looks a little brighter now, had to lock cat flap to see if she uses the cat litter and how much she wees,

    thank you for all your advice and information very much appreciated. :thumbup1:
     
  2. rose

    rose PetForums VIP

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    Glad to hear shes more comfortable. Fingers crossed she can do a wee!
     
  3. Amin

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    Hope Chloe recovers Well, Paws crossed here Luv. :thumbup1:
     
  4. Dally Banjo

    Dally Banjo PetForums VIP

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    Everything crossed here for her x
     
  5. jill3

    jill3 PetForums VIP

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    I hope your little Chloe will make a full recovery very soon xx
     
  6. Oscars mam

    Oscars mam PetForums VIP

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    Aw bless her hope she feels better soon :(
     
  7. welshjet

    welshjet PetForums VIP

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    Poor chloe xxx

    Big hugs and healing vibes xxx
     
  8. sarahecp

    sarahecp Crazy Cat Lady of Bucks

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    Hope you're feeling better soon Chloe (((hugs))) xx
     
  9. Bette

    Bette PetForums Senior

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    Hope Chloe's better soon. x
     
  10. MoggyBaby

    MoggyBaby PetForums VIP

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    Oh the poor little girl..... :(

    I hope she is feeling a bit more comfortable now and fingers crossed for that wee. :eek:

    Please keep us updated.

    xx
     
  11. koekemakranka

    koekemakranka PetForums VIP

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    Poor dear. Please keep us updated. Remember it is best to keep her confined indoors until she is fully recovered. Some cats, if they are in pain, go into hiding and then you can't find them.
     
  12. Ian B

    Ian B PetForums VIP

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    That happened with #3 cat, Max, when he lived next door. They'd had workmen in fitting new c/h, he disappeared for days and on his return was found to have a badly damaged tail, 3/4 of which needed amputating.

    My neighbours never found out what actually happened but suspect a workman had accidentally trapped Max's tail in a door, or worse, knew but said nothing about it. He's fine now, but must have been in agony when in hiding.

    Ian
     
  13. welshjet

    welshjet PetForums VIP

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    Hope Chloe managed to have a wee xxx

    Good luck with if your at vets now. Keep us posted

    Hugs to chloe from jet & lilly xxx
     
  14. Ally-Kats

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    Poor Chloe, hope you are feeling better soon :)
     
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