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Panic ~ 365 Photos Challenge #304 – 306

Since yesterday morning, Blue looked very lethargic. His temperature is hot and he doesn’t want to drink milk. As usual, all vitamins, drugs, and other intakes to increase the body’s resistance have been given but he is very weak.

By seven o’clock in the evening, his lethargy increased, so did his weak. My wife panicked. She asked me to visit the vet right away. And indeed, the body temperature reaches 39.5 Celsius, but the vet cannot provide anything because, for kittens, drugs that can be given are very limited, especially for kitten without a mother’s milk.

Well, then in addition to routine rituals to maintain his health, we provide various additional efforts to immediately overcome the disease and seek healing.

Finally, this morning, at this time, he seemed to be getting excited, even asking to go down to the floor and start running around. Yippieee… I’m very happy! My wife and two daughters who were still anxious before going to bed last night did not know yet about this progress, would be so happy after knowing that too!

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    Do you feel so worried if your pet sick?

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    Do you do something if they don’t want to drink milk or eat? Please give me a suggestion.

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  1. Sorry for reading your post so late, but I had big problems in my home too. Ilija, who was hit by a car has been injured again. I suppose he slipped and hurt his back again, so he can’t use his back legs. A few days after that happened, Nemanja suffered from the broken jaw. I took him to the vet and he had been operated and his jaw fixed, but they are both under medical treatment plus I have to give Ilija some physical therapies. Besides, I found an injured kitten and he became the newest member of our family.
    Every time my cats refuse food, due to some illness, I feed them using a syringe, or a silicone spoon. Furthermore, eggs are miraculous food. They are pure proteins and the best food for instant energizing. you can beat it with some milk and serve it to the little gentleman. πŸ™‚

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  2. Ask your vet about Nutri Cal. Or any product like it. It is a high calorie supplement for weak ones. Good to hear Blue is feeling a bit better. Try some canned food on your finger as well. Get him feeling better, then worm him. Good luck, hes going to be such a stunning looking cat.

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    • So glad for your support, Dee. And Yes, We’ve taken it on the vet, even three times a week, including last night, and this evening and the doctor protested, β€œDon’t come here too often, sorry for him, there are many diseases because many animals are being treated”

      • Better to be safe than sorry. I understand why your veterinarian told you why you should not be bringing cat to the animal hospital. Now here is a joke about former Miss America Debbye Bell (nee Turner) who was Miss America in 1989. If she had stayed as a veterinarian after her Miss America reign was over and some clients came to see her in animal hospitals, she would be thinking “I did not I am that admired.” She currently works with CBS television as a reporter.

  3. I dont’ know if this goes with cats, we have a lot of dogs, if dogs are not feeling well we feed them with honey. But if you plan to give her honey be careful because it is too thick, she might choke, maybe dilute with water.. but give her as often as you can.

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  4. Poor little Blue. But he seemed to be a fighter. Has he started to eat solid food yet? If not, maybe (although I would send a private message to Zaklina to confirm the suggestion I am going to give you) I would try to moisten up some hard dry kitten food morsels in his milk just to give him extra protein. Proteins are essential for developing kittens and since he does not have his mother to pass some to him, maybe a little extra will help. But it could just be a touch of a stomach flu as Tasha, my dog, had when she was a puppy. Now these next words ate for Blue: come on Blue, stop frightening your parents and start moving, playing and especially cuddling. You can beat this little health problem sweet Blue.

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    • I’m sure he’s a fighter.
      We have tried giving him pet food specifically for a month old but he refused. We must push it, but that’s only in very small amounts. The vet only recommends certain brands and not other brands even though the packaging is written for a 1-month-old kitten.
      Yes, we also always talk to him, and the words that you suggest will be conveyed too!
      Thank you so much, dear friend.

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