Just had to take Rosie to the vet because she's been off her food and really lethargic for a couple of days. The vet did all the usual tests and it turns out she has a high temperature (39.5) (Is this particularly high? Vet said probably a bug or an infection and has treated symptomatically - anti inflammatory for the temperature and a course of antibiotics. He did say that in a minority of cases it could be down to FIP. i know I should have asked what that is but I didn't so I'm asking here... She's back at the vets on Friday for a recheck so hopefully she'll be ok by then. By the by, I know vets try to sell their food but he did recommend Royal Canin and said all his cats are on it - I think he actually breeds cats so I assume he knows more than the average vet. I know there's the whole wet / dry thing but aside from that and the fact they do wet pouches, I know there's been some concern over RC. What is the issue with it? One thing I did notice is that they do really specific food - ie young female neutered. Is that just a con? Sorry to waffle, I realise there are two questions here. I hope you can help.