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post #1 of 17
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hello, my name is igor and i from israel.
1 mounth ago a pik up little cat from street that lost her mother. now the cat have problem , after hi eat evrething exit from his mouth and nouse. the cat can`t eat a thing.....
doctor said that it is somthing genetic
what can i do?

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post #2 of 17
We cannot really tell you what to do or what is wrong. Can you get a second vets opinion?

Basically you are saying that the cat vomits everything back up? Try experimenting with different kinds of food in the meantime. Are you trying wet and dry cat food? I don't know what is available in Isreal. How old is your kitten?
post #3 of 17
Sounds like megaesophagus, but could be a number of things.

Ask the veterinarian the name of genetic problem, and we might be able to help you more.
post #4 of 17
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Originally Posted by Jen
We cannot really tell you what to do or what is wrong. Can you get a second vets opinion?

Basically you are saying that the cat vomits everything back up? Try experimenting with different kinds of food in the meantime. Are you trying wet and dry cat food? I don't know what is available in Isreal. How old is your kitten?
i tried diferend kind of food, milk for cats, dry food everithing. the cat is mount and half.

minute after the cat eat he begin to choke choke and everhing go out from nouse and mouth
post #5 of 17
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Originally Posted by Cearbhaill
Sounds like megaesophagus, but could be a number of things.

Ask the veterinarian the name of genetic problem, and we might be able to help you more.
the veterinar said that he doesnt shure that it is genetic, he said it may be some kind of virus
post #6 of 17
Did he do a blood test? Provide medication?

If not - you need to find a VET who cares NOW - this one sounds like he dosen't.
post #7 of 17
Your cat might need fluids provided since she cannot swallow. I hope you can get another vet's opinion on it. She is very young to not be eating for so long.

Bless you for taking her in and caring for her!
post #8 of 17
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Originally Posted by Zissou'sMom
Your cat might need fluids provided since she cannot swallow. I hope you can get another vet's opinion on it. She is very young to not be eating for so long.

Bless you for taking her in and caring for her!
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post #9 of 17
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Originally Posted by Hell603
Did he do a blood test? Provide medication?

If not - you need to find a VET who cares NOW - this one sounds like he dosen't.
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post #10 of 17
Oh dear, that picture is pretty scary.

That looks more like foaming at the mouth, a symptom of poisoning, to me than it looks like vomit. Please take your kitten to a new veterinarian. I hope you can find out what is going on. She is precious.
post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by Zissou'sMom
Oh dear, that picture is pretty scary.

That looks more like foaming at the mouth, a symptom of poisoning, to me than it looks like vomit. Please take your kitten to a new veterinarian. I hope you can find out what is going on. She is precious.
My thoughts exactly. Please see a second vet.

Clearly, you know that this is a serious situation, but you might not be aware of that it is especially dangerous for cats to go without food, even for a few days, as they can go into liver failure - so it is critical that you get to a vet who can help you both.
post #12 of 17
I agree with everyone else; please take your little girl to a different vet. This is a very serious situation. Zissou's Mom is right--that truly doesn't look like vomit. I do have one piece of advice that might sound silly---the next time you have your kitty at the vet's office (which should be ASAP) feed her something. That way the vet can see exactly what is happening.
It was so kind of you to take her in. I hope you can find some help for her. Best of luck.
post #13 of 17
Any updates? I hope she is alright.
post #14 of 17
This sounds bad. If she can't eat at all, she needs to go to a vet that will DO something, and not just say "its genetic"..What the heck is that? She needs medical attention.
post #15 of 17
I would rush that kitten in to best pet hospital admit your kitty and beg for immediant help. I am sad for what your going through I wouldn't give up. Good luck!
post #16 of 17
It might not be that easy to find a good veterinarian for him, though, depending on what part of Israel he is in. He's obviously doing his very best.

Sending vibes! Both for you and the kitten.
post #17 of 17
I would rush that kitten in to best pet hospital admit your kitty and beg for immediant help. I am sad for what your going through I wouldn't give up. Good luck!
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