|How many ccs is the 2 ounces
Using the handy water method of measuring just now, I came up with 8 cc=2 tsp; 24cc=
6 tsp, which is 2 Tbsp, which would be 1/4 cup, or 2 oz. (those cc to tsp. numbers are approximations) You might want to check that yourself; like I said, it's early, and math has never been my strong suit. I hope your specialist can find a cause for Willow's problem. It's one thing to know what's going on with your kitty, it's different when you have no clue as to what's causing the problem.
|So not eating on her own and diarrhea and vomiting. How often is she vomiting?
For the last couple of days, it's only been when I've tried to feed her too much at one time. I can tell when she's had enough, but if there's only a little bit left I try to get it into her. This morning I gave her an ounce by syringe, then hand-fed her some canned chicken cat food. She immediately threw up when I put her down. I waited a few minutes, gave her another ounce by syringe and she kept it down just fine. I did a quick search on this site last night regarding the tiny amount of foamy liquid she threw up and came up with 2 reasons for that; 1) she's hungry and 2) she has an upset stomach. I'm giving her 1/4 of a Pepcid tablet daily, hoping that will help with the upset tummy.
It looks as if I'll be calling the vet Tuesday morning. If this was just a virus, I'd think she'd be over it by now. I don't know that she's pooped since Saturday, either. Granted, she's eating nothing but paste from a syringe, but wouldn't that be enough to make her poop occasionally? I can understand not eating if you're feeling puny, but the not drinking part really worries me.