Ashley Cottonwood wrote:I'm sorry that still must be really stressful.
My family dog this morning could barely walk and seems to have extreme discomfort in his hind quarters. My parents are taking him to the vet today but it doesn't look good
Heather Sharpe wrote:So glad to hear there's some improvement! Is she eating? Cats are designed to get most of their hydration from food, so ensuring that the food she is eating is wet can really help. Especially since staying hydrated is so important for kidney health. Making sort of a cat food stew by mixing a good amount of warm water into canned food works pretty well to get both food and water in. You could use raw or cooked meat as well. Warming it up so she smells it can also increase interest in food.
I hope she keeps feeling better and better!