It's good to see you guys too. I kept telling our rescue that you guys were a great source for information and to answer questions. There's a lot of experience on here with regular folks that have experienced some of the same problems and while although we are not all experts, many of us who have had experiences with certain problems have gotten the input of our experts along the way - the vets. All that combined is a great source of knowledge.
Originally Posted by kittymonsters
I am so glad to read your update, it is really encouraging that she is not vomiting and is getting up. These are big improvements in an HL kitty.
Since she was a stray and did not have a consistent food source, it is very likely starvation is the only contributing factore. ( I know this sounds horrible but it is actually a good thing).
Thank you for taking the time to save this girl. She is very lucky to have you and your rescue.
Let's hope you are right with this. I haven't talked to her at all since Wednesday when I brought the cat in to the vet again, so I don't know what's going on over there. What I do know though is that I did receive an e-mail from the rescue asking me for one of her photos. She's going to post it in the paper with a reward "Missing Cat Found". Her intent is to try to locate the previous owners and as she puts it "nail their a** to the wall". She loves these kitties so much that she's willing to offer a reward just to find the person who did this to her. We are very close to both the animal control officers in this town and the neighboring one, so that helps too. How can you throw a declawed house cat outside? What the hell is wrong with people!!
Originally Posted by batgirl2good
I got some Gatorade and Pedialyte and fed 1 ml thru an eye dropper to my cat Humble when he refused to eat. It helped with his ebergy and kept him from getting dehydrated. The vet said that the Gatorade might also help with his appetite. I am praying for your darling.
Gatorade I had not heard, but Pedialyte I believe is part of the mixture she's feeding her. I'll check. Thanks.