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Help My Cat Is Really Sick!! And There Is No 24 Hr Vet!?
Its So Sad. A Couple Days Ago She Started Falling Over While Walking. I Figured It Was Because She Was Kinda Old So I Kinda Took Her Inside And Just Snuggled W Her. But Now She Is Throwing Up ( Like Liquid?) But She Hasnt Ate Today. She Just Lays There With Her Tongue Lolled Out. Her Nose Is Bleeding As Well. She Is Meowing In Pain. So Im Kinda Just Laying Next To Her Petting Her. :(
The Vet Opens In 3 And Half Hours. She Wont Eat And She Meows In Pain If I Pick Her Up. Any Suggestions On What To Do To Make Her Feel Better? Or What Could Be Wrong?
Your cat is very, very sick. It could be a number of things but it sounds like it could be poisoning to me. This is very serious. Since she sleeps in the garage she could have gotten into something there. Antifreeze maybe?
Are you sure there are no 24 hour vets in your area or anywhere that you could drive? Even if you have to drive for an hour you'll get there quicker than if you wait for the other vet to open.
Have you tried to call your vet? Some do have an emergency number you can call. If all else fails please be at the vet the minute they open. Most don't require an appointment for an emergency and this is a very serious emergency.
I'm really sorry to say that the chances that your cat won't make it is pretty big. She's suffering a lot right now so the only humane option at this point may be euthanasia. Her tongue hanging out and her bleeding from her nose is not a good sign so prepare for the fact that she may pass on her own. Try to make her as comfortable as possible. Don't pick her up until you have to and then put her in a carrier right away or carry her in a blanket. Try to roll her over onto a blanket and slide the blanket in to the carrier when you get ready to go to cause her as little pain as possible. Poor kitty. At least she has lived a long, healthy life.
I know that you did what you thought was best but in the future any symptoms that are out of the ordinary for your cat, like falling over, is cause for at least a call to the vet. Cats are experts at hiding illness so when you do see something it's usually something that requires vet care. It never hurts to be on the safe side.
I hope it turns out okay. Take care:(
Is There A 24 Hour Vet Hotline That Is Not For Emergency ?
Please Help. It'S Not An Emergency But It Incredibly Urgent. Thank U.
1. Call your vet. Even if they are not open, they usually have the phone number of another vet for you to call after hours.
2. Call your vet. Even if they are not open, they sometimes have an answering service that will connect you to another vet.
3. Look in the yellow pages of your telephone book under Veterinarians and look for an ad that says 24-hour vet service. Usually even a medium sized town has one and larger towns probably 2 or 3.
What Is Wrong With My Tom Cat? All Of A Sudden In The Past 2 Months He Has Gotten So Skinny??
Could Anyone Please Tell Me What Could Be Wrong With My Tom Cat? He Use To Be A Big Cat, Not Fat, But A Lot Bigger Than He Is Now. He Is Just Like Skin & Bones... He Acts Ok Though.... Any Answers Will Be Great... Afraid To Take Him To The Vet - Afraid They Will Tell Me I Need To Put Him Down & He Seems Ok, Just Too Skinny!!
I work at a cats-only vet clinic...but I'm not a Vet, but you should take him in. If you have the option to go to a cat clinic, that would be a good idea...sometimes they treat cats like small dogs at vet clinics.
Is he old? Is he peeing a lot? We see a lot of diabetic cats...lots of kidney failure. Is he eating well? If he hasn't been eating, that can cause his kidneys to go, so he needs to go in ASAP. They can check his blood chemistry, and that can reveal a lot. If he's losing weight, but otherwise happy, there is probably something treatable if you're willing to do the testing, etc. that would be needed to isolate the problem. Also, how are his teeth? If they're hurting, he might not want to be eating...
Plus, if he's still a tom, as in not neutered, you should get him neutered. They often gain weight once their testicles are removed--presumably because they aren't expending the energy needed for the upkeep of their gonads.
Just Brought My Cat Back Fromt He Vet Clinic. He Was There For 3 Days With What Could Possibly Have Been Ibs.
He Responded Well To A Steroid Shot So The Doctor Thought That Was His Problem. My Problem Now Is After A 3 Day Absence, My Other Cat Wont Stop Growling And Hissing At Him And Sometimes At Me And My Wife. I'Ve Had Both Of Them For 2 Years And They Have Always Been Friendly With Eachother And Play Fought Once In A While But Never Growling And Hissing Like This. Is The Growling Cat Feeling Or Sensing Something Wrong With The Other Cat?
While he was at the vet, he picked up the scent of all sorts of other animals, ones your other cat is not familiar with. The quickest way around this is a bath for both.
Before you panic, you do get foam shampoos that you just smear on them like mousse, and then brush them out after they have dried. No water needed and kitty doesn't hate you either.
Any Other Marine Vets Having Trouble Getting A Job?
the Vet Center
Not a Marine but I am a vet. Hope it helps.
If you are 30%+ disabled try Voc Rehab
How Much Are Yearly Vet Fees For A Dog?
How Much Does It Cost For Year Vet Fees? Is Dog Insurance A Good Idea
Yikes - Everyone is quoting very high fees for their dogs!! In Australia a yearly check up with C5 vaccination booster is about $120 per pet (dog cat whatever). That all.
The first year when you get your pup is a lot more because of desexing and the initial course of vaccinations (1 month apart) etc, however, after that, once a year is all you will need to do as long as your dog stays healthy... and there in lies the problem.
ANYTHING can happen as we all know and no-one can quote for the unexpected. I have a friend who has had her dog in the vet three times this year - We now call her the $5000 dog!! That right. Three separate, unrelated accidents in one year - unlucky, but it can happen (broken leg, bowel impaction etc).
Small things can crop up - i have had some pets that never had anything but standard once a year check ups for years and years. Then suddenly something goes wrong and you feel that every pay check goes straight to your vet! I have twice had cats in the vet with snake bites... both died anyway, and it cost me $1500 each time for an anti-vanine injection. And even though they died, yes i would still do the same for my current dog and cat if they got bitten. And yes - i went without lots of things (no going out, no shopping, living off the bare essentials) for several months to pay those bills and i would do the same again. I also had a dog who got a bowel impaction and cost over $2000 for three days in the vet, he thankfully survived the surgery.
Often it comes down to luck. I had one cat that died at the age of 18. She only ever had her yearly vaccinations, nothing else in all that time and then went off her food at 18 years, we took her in and the vet gave her a few weeks to live if we were lucky as she had stomach cancer. She went down hill very quickly and two weeks later we had her put to sleep.
She never cost us anything. I have had others that cost me a packet. It comes down to what you are willing to spend on your pet when things go wrong... and they can go very wrong and be very expensive. I think if you are not willing to see a bill of $1000-$3000 if the animal gets sick. Then dont get a dog.
Hopefully, it doesnt happen, but think about what you would do if it did?
Otherwise as i stated in the beginning - About $120 per year per pet for vaccinations.
As for pet insurance it can be good for unexpected surgery's and xrays etc, but, like health insurance for us, costs vary a lot and so does what they offer. Talk to your vet and insurance companies about what they DO and DO NOT cover. It can be very surprising. I know people who say it saved them a small fortune and have spoken to people who paid it for years and when the pet finally got sick, they discovered they were not covered for that specific thing!!
PS - I should add that i think owning a pet is worth all the money i have!! And i put their health ahead of my own (my horses get their dentist visit every 6 months no matter what.. but i am currently 2 years over due for my "yearly check up").
I wouldnt have it any other way - Good luck, food for thought i hope. I dont want to put you off, owning a pet is wonderful but a huge responsibility and people take it too lightly. So many people go into pet ownership with no thought of costs and responsibility... hence a place exists we know as "animal shelters". None of my pets will ever end up in one whether i am alive or dead (and yes they are taken care of in my will and assigned to various trusted friends who would suit their personalities in the event of my death... yes it is that important to me). If everyone was like that there would be no such place as a shelter.