Cat not eating, Nose bleed...

by James
(louisville ky)

My cat has been sneezing alot for the past 3-4 days. Last night, as she was resting on the bed she wet herself and continued to lay in the pee spot, later she soiled herself without making it to the litterbox. Her third eye lid seems to stretch over her eyes, as if her eyes are rolling back in her head. She hasnt eatin or drank anything that iv seen for almost 24 hours or more. I moved her to the couch with a small bed, and she hasnt moved from that spot. I tried using a dropper to give her water, offered her favorite wet food. She wont eat or drink. Her nose has dry blood crusted around it, and when she does walk she cries and walks in circles. There is no other mucus coming out of her eyes or nose, and she seems to be able to breathe fine from her nose. Before I have to spend a fortune at the vet for them to tell me theres nothing they can do for her, do you have any ideas?? (she is an indoor/outdoor cat, but prefers indoors, i have another older male cat who seems to be perfectly fine)


Answer by KAte
Umm well I don't like the sound of this at all. when a cat stops eating and drinking it is definitely a sign that there is something wrong soa visit to the vets would not be a waste of time at all. especially as dehydration is a real risk and can kill quickly. It may be that the vet at the very least could rehydrate her with a drip.

i really do think you need to take your cat to the vet in this case. the symptoms sound severe.

I do hope she is better soon

best wishes Kate

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