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one saving grace of this ad ..no mention of BLOODY stools
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Originally posted by tikibagger tikibagger wrote:

one saving grace of this ad ..no mention of BLOODY stools


Yes, that talk always creates the most disgusting mental images...



Great news guys.... With the Air Hawk, flat balls are no longer a problem!!!
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I once had a cat (yes I did!) that LOVED cantaloupe and tomatoes. She would lose her mind if anyone left unfinished rinds on the floor and would just make a mess of herself with tomatoes.
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WinkWho needs Senekot when one can fix a veggie/fruit smoothie like I did for everyone tonight?
 
1/2 batch fresh kale
2 granny smith apples
2 tbls fresh squeezed lemon juice
1 seedless cucumber
1/2 bottle of fresh (NOT from concentrate) orange-pineapple juice
bowl of black seedless grapes (those ones shaped like Vienna sausages)
10-12 large strawberries
some mango slices
bunch of ice
 
Drink up and enjoy a full-blown natural body buzz
 
Maaaaaaaaaan! I just came back from taking a 'backwards tissue test' and I feel great! 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

I bet a nice, hot cup of coffee or two would loosen up her stool quick enough.


Just great, we'll soon be seeing her in ointment ads for treating scalding enemas...  Shocked

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Originally posted by MrTim MrTim wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

I bet a nice, hot cup of coffee or two would loosen up her stool quick enough.


Just great, we'll soon be seeing her in ointment ads for treating scalding enemas...  Shocked

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Wink...AFTER her corn flakes & coffee at Dr. Kellogg's Breakfast Bar
Wink...but sometimes, MtT, ointment just may not provide as much relief as good ol'air, doncha know.
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Originally posted by DarkRealmStar DarkRealmStar wrote:

You might also want to try some canned pumpkin (not spiced) for the kitties.  You can mix it into their wet food.
 
The vet recommended that, too.  I'll buy some today. 
 
I didn't find any crap or diarrhea in the litter box or around the house this AM.  His butt fur, however, is wet, so he had some leakage.
 
He didn't eat anything last night or this morning.  Not even treats.  Maybe he's physically upset from the laxative/trip to the vet.  But if he doesn't start eating soon, well...
 
 
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I've been giving this stuff to my elderly cat...



She loves it.
Great news guys.... With the Air Hawk, flat balls are no longer a problem!!!
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I gave him some of that a few weeks ago.  He liked it.  Then I tried it again, and he wasn't real interested.  These days, I give him whatever he'll eat.  I give him as many treats as he wants.  I add water to his wet food, too.
 
You just can't make cats eat if they don't want to.
 
The doc thinks there might be something else going on (maybe cancer) because of his weight loss.  But he said even if he tested him for that, it wouldn't make much difference.  I just have to face the fact that he's 15 and a half.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I gave him some of that a few weeks ago.  He liked it.  Then I tried it again, and he wasn't real interested.  These days, I give him whatever he'll eat.  I give him as many treats as he wants.  I add water to his wet food, too.
 
You just can't make cats eat if they don't want to.
 
The doc thinks there might be something else going on (maybe cancer) because of his weight loss.  But he said even if he tested him for that, it wouldn't make much difference.  I just have to face the fact that he's 15 and a half.
 
 
I'm so sorry about your little Mal.  One of my two cats was just diagnosed with early stage kidney disease and now she has the prescription diet.  She's 15 now, will be 16 in January.
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I gave him some of that a few weeks ago.  He liked it.  Then I tried it again, and he wasn't real interested.  These days, I give him whatever he'll eat.  I give him as many treats as he wants.  I add water to his wet food, too.


Maybe you could try mixing some of it with his treats.

I don't know what's in it that aids kidney function, but if you can get him to eat it, it might help a little bit.
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The Carrabba's story reminded me of what Jeff Foxworthy said about his colonoscopy experience (the preparation part):
 
"I passed everything I had eaten in my entire life!
I passed things I only thought about eating!
I passed things my neighbors had eaten!
I passed a red bicycle we keep in the garage; how did I do that?!
And an hour later, what was coming out of me could legally be declared 'mountain spring water'!"
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

I gave him some of that a few weeks ago.  He liked it.  Then I tried it again, and he wasn't real interested.  These days, I give him whatever he'll eat.  I give him as many treats as he wants.  I add water to his wet food, too.


Maybe you could try mixing some of it with his treats.

I don't know what's in it that aids kidney function, but if you can get him to eat it, it might help a little bit.
 
Doc ruled out kidney problems, so the kidney treats/food isn't necessary.  At this point, I'll just give him whatever he'll eat.  That's always tough, 'cuz I never know what he might be in the mood for (and when).  
 
I just came home from work.  The cats' bowls were still full with this morning's wet food. So, I gave them fresh food, and Mal licked it a bit.  Then he went over to his treats bowl.  Gave him about 25 treats, all of which he ate.  Go figure.  I'm just glad he ate.
 
 
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Originally posted by DarkRealmStar DarkRealmStar wrote:

I'm so sorry about your little Mal.  One of my two cats was just diagnosed with early stage kidney disease and now she has the prescription diet.  She's 15 now, will be 16 in January.
 
Thanks, DRS.
 
Mine are 2 months younger than yours.
 
During his visit to the vet in July, the doc thought he might have kidney disease.  So he gave me some starter kidney food.  Then he got the test results back and called to tell me they were negative---no need for any special diet.
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by tikibagger tikibagger wrote:

one saving grace of this ad ..no mention of BLOODY stools


Yes, that talk always creates the most disgusting mental images...



LOLLOL

That's sick!

Poor old Mal, glad he ate his treats!

That's what was tough about Leah, she was still sharp mind wise, no problems with appetite or digestion.

Sassy as ever, she got lots of treats toward the end.  She just couldn't walk.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by tikibagger tikibagger wrote:

one saving grace of this ad ..no mention of BLOODY stools


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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Doc ruled out kidney problems, so the kidney treats/food isn't necessary.  At this point, I'll just give him whatever he'll eat.  That's always tough, 'cuz I never know what he might be in the mood for (and when).  
 
I just came home from work.  The cats' bowls were still full with this morning's wet food. So, I gave them fresh food, and Mal licked it a bit.  Then he went over to his treats bowl.  Gave him about 25 treats, all of which he ate.  Go figure.  I'm just glad he ate.
 
 
 
If the cat is elderly, don't rule out bad teeth.
Sometimes hard to diagnose...
 
Fancy Feast makes a "Gravy Lovers" variety.
You might give that a try if you haven't already.
 
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Doc ruled out kidney problems, so the kidney treats/food isn't necessary.  At this point, I'll just give him whatever he'll eat.  That's always tough, 'cuz I never know what he might be in the mood for (and when).  
 
I just came home from work.  The cats' bowls were still full with this morning's wet food. So, I gave them fresh food, and Mal licked it a bit.  Then he went over to his treats bowl.  Gave him about 25 treats, all of which he ate.  Go figure.  I'm just glad he ate.
 
 
 
If the cat is elderly, don't rule out bad teeth.
Sometimes hard to diagnose...
 
Fancy Feast makes a "Gravy Lovers" variety.
You might give that a try if you haven't already.
 
 
 
 
Thanks.  Doc doesn't think so, especially because he likes the dry food and treats.
 
I give him the Fancy Feast.  Also, Friskies makes a variety called Gravy Sensations.  They also make Cat Concoctions, which have a lotta sauce (the flavors are disgusting, but the cats like it).
 
 
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