Please help cat Is Sick all the time

by Anna

my cat is 13 years old unspayed. She lost about 4 lbs within the last 3 years she constantly throwing up after she is in heat for 2 days ,then she doesnt eat for 4 days after vomiting. I don't know what to do ,i really do not have too much money, I did take her ot the doctor a year ago he didnt find anything in blood work or ex ray now it gotten worse . This routine of her being in heat,then vomiting for days and not eating for a week all togtehr drove me insane. Please help me,suggest somethign im desperate.

Well if I were you I would seriously consider having your cat spayed to see if that can stop the symptoms. Just like us women sometimes our periods can make us feel very ill, perhaps your cat is one of those unfortunate animals who are very sensitive and get ill easily.

There should be animal charities in the US that can help with the cost of spaying. I really do think this should be your first step, that way your cat will not only not have to go through the usual frustrations of being in heat and it may stop her other symptoms.

If the vomiting continues afterwards then unfortunately you will have to get her checked again for further tests.

It is also important to groom your cat regularly especially if they have log fur just to prevent hairballs which can also cause vomiting.

I hope you can find a solution soon for your cat; it must be very unpleasant for her to be sick like this all the time.

Best wishes Kate

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