My cat is really sick can you help me?

by Amy Luedke
(Sheboygan, WI 53081)

My cat is seven years old he was born in the wild and I kidnapped him to For the last three days he has been throwing up sneezing, and acting on unsocial, he was not responding to my voice almost like he was mad at me. I pick him up he shakes and walks with his back legs apart like his booty hurts. He has eaten a little and drank but he doesn't talk to me, but he still purrs. What is wrong with him? He is not throwing up no more but hides and eats little and shakes when I pick him up and not sure if he's gone to the litter. It seems his butt hurts and tummy. HELP ME before I go to the vet and they charge me $800. dollars I can't afford. I have no income thanks to this economy and he is a one person cat.

Answer from Kate
Um well as you know without an exmination by a vet there is no way of saying for sure what could be the problem. It may be a simple tummy bug which will pass ina few days or it may be something worse which will need medication from the vets to cure.

All you can do is to se how he is in a few days and to make sure he is drinking water. He may have constipation or blocked anal glands

If it is blocked anal glands then a vet is your only option. If it is constipation then there are a few things you can try.

If he remains the same or gets worse then unfortunately the vet is your only option.

best wishes and I hope he is better soon


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