I love my babies and can't imagine life without even 1 of them, but I have discovered why 4 is not always a good thing. A couple of weeks ago Jordan had a watery stool problem. With some flagyl the problem went away. They never found anything in his stool. The vet & I both just figured it was that I had fed him a differnt kind of food, and with his other problems his tummy is just sensitive. Well then last week, Isaac developed the same problem. Knowing it was probably the same thing but praying it wasn't I made a vet appointment. Then Friday night Maggie suddenly threw up & went in the box 3 times in less than a hour. OH GREAT!! So I called & they were kind enough to squeeze her into his appointment time. SO they started on Flagyl on Saturday. Well then last night Levi was in the box 2 times in less than an hour. The smell gave him away. He too now has the runs. I'm hoping that the sample I took in on Saturday will show something. SO I called the vet this morning & left a message. I'm waiting for a dosage amount for him. I'm just praying that Jordan dosen't get it again, or at least if he does he gets it before Saturday. My plan for Saturday is to dump the boxes & BLEACH them. I have never really had anything that made the rounds this well, but I'm wondering who else has discovered the hard way why multiple cats isn't always a good thing?
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3/3/08 at 10:38am