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my kitties not herself!

Veronica BaezVeronica Baez CaguasMember Posts: 402
I think she's hurt . there was cat fight last night and I think she was involved this morning she was alright this morning and a while later at her breakfast time she was just laying there looking at me its been about 3 hours and she hasnt even eaten anything! I tried giving her milk in a bottle and ....NO , she doesnt want anything. please give me advice shes only 6 months old!

Best Answer

  • Danielle LavetteDanielle Lavette Satellite BeachMember Posts: 15
    Accepted Answer
    Take her to the vet ASAP, if not the emergency clinic. She might have an abscess forming that you can't see that is infect, or some kind of injury that is not detectable. Cats don't eat when they are in pain, are having difficulty breathing, or febrile. Because your kitty is so young its critical that you get him treated and on antibiotics as soon as possible to clear up any infection. Cats are well known for the bacteria that grows in their mouth and their piercing dirty nails. That's how I ended up almost dead at an emergency clinic, I was a feral cat that got into a fight and my leg got infected!
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