Roxy wandered into our yard in August. She was skin and bones. We immediately took her to the vet who felt that she may have megaesophagus. He sent us to a specialist to confirm it. Neither one has given us much hope. She has had 3 very bad sinus infections, refusing to eat for about 6 days. During this time we give her antibiotics and every time she bounces back. When she is not sick she is a normal kitty. She plays and sits in our lap and is very affectionate. We have been able to put some weight on her feeding her Science Prescription Diet A/D which is much easier for her to eat since it is so mushy. Anybody managing a cat long term with this disease? My husband and I struggle daily with whether or not we are doing the right thing. We don't want her to suffer. She's just so darn cute. Any advice is welcome!
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1/12/05 at 1:08pm