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Discussion in 'Cat Health and Nutrition' started by tiggerl, Jul 21, 2009.


  1. tiggerl

    tiggerl PetForums Newbie

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    hi
    my cat tigger seems so much better,phew.
    hes eating and drinking and is using his tray. he seems fine but i just cant seem to stop worrying about him. he seems to be sleeping alot although i think he used to before but you know worrying. hes indoor cat and is 12yrs old. am i worrying over nothing. last saw vet sat night who said no blockages and he was fine. thanks mandy
     
  2. JoWDC

    JoWDC PetForums VIP

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    I'm glad Tigger is much better. My two have different sleep patterns depending on the weather - if its rainy they stay in and sleep, if its sunny they go outside (and probably sleep).

    You've had a scare so you are still worrying, which is natural, but as shown above Tigger is just being a cat - sleeping for England is what they do!
     
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