What Is The Disease Or Sickness of my cat

by Mercedes Mooney
(Helena,Arkansas,Phillips County)

All Curled Up

All Curled Up

Hi. My Cat,Furball, Has Usually Been A Happy And Well Trained Cat, But Everything Changed One Following Day. He Eventually Stopped Wanting To Eat. He Cries When He sees Food, But When When We Feed Him, He Doesn't Want To Eat. Whenever He Moves Around, As In Jumpinq From Places, He Doesn't Land Riqht. Basically, He Falls And Hits The Floor Hard. We Have To Move Him Around. He Is Very Twitchy, Like He Has Torettes. Whenever He Had To Go To The Bathroom, He Would Usually Go To The Door, But Now He Will Sit In His Own Urine If We Don't Move Him. He's A Street Cat, Meaning He Was A Stray Cat When We Found Him. His Health Continues To Deteriorate. I Want To Find Out HIs Diagnosis As Quick And Possible. Thank You.

What are you waiting for, your cat needs to see a vet as soon as possible.

it is impossible for anyone to give you a diagnosis over the internet, your cat need to be examined to find the cause.

there are so many possibilities to why he is not eating. My own two cats are ill at the moment too and would not eat at all and were stiff in their walking, it turned out they have feline calici virus. But the diagnosis took several days and tests from the vets. Your cat may have something else entirely.

please do not delay in getting your cat to a vet. Your cat is suffering if he is not w#eating and may also be dehydrated.

I hope the vets can help him soon

best wishes kate

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