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Good thoughts and skritches from Frank & Alice.
That happen to one of my elderly cats a few years ago. The vet suggested feeding her some petroleum jelly to ease things along. I remember I dipped some dried cat food in the jelly.It worked about a day later. Switching to dry cat food helped too. Hope Mittens gets better.
Poor Mittens. I hope she feels better soon.
Our cats Snoopy (hyperthyroidism) and Tiggr (ate a whole bobbin of thread once, had to have it surgically removed) send their best wishes to Mittens. As do we.
In our thoughts and prayers as always
Joe Joe and Amelia, Somerled's guard cats, and Somerled long for the speedy recovery of Mittens.Joe has had problems with hairballs before. The treats with mineral oil or petroleum in them can help.
Emmy and Lou send their best wishes from the Great White North.
I hope Mittens is OK. . let me know how it goes. . .
Best wishes to Mittens. the Mrs. had to give Anakin the old Olive Oil treatment last week for a similar issue.
My angora once ate a piece of synthetic easter grass. It caused all kinds or irritation to the intestinal lining. At first we thought she had parasites and treated her accordingly. Eventually the grass began to emerge. I gotta say, if you think giving a cat a bath is hard work, try removing something from their...ahem. A death of a thousand cuts, indeed.
Bon voyage kitty...
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