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hobbit* 3 kids; New Zealand 44783 posts
19th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Poяcelain:</b>" She has not used the litter all day. We had fake moss in a planter in the living room that I caught her eating one day and saw it in her puke last week, possibly the culprit?"</blockquote>




Maybe.. If its fake it might've made her sick. But I think it's instinct for cats to eat grass and stuff hen they're feeling sick, which might be why she ate the fake moss? I'm not sure :(

Porcelain 1 child; New Jersey 2088 posts
19th Nov '12

I have like 70 dollars in my bank account, and nothing more for 2 weeks. I dont know how I am going to pay the vet. She has been like this since Saturday evening. I force fed her a medicine dropper of water, and I'm rubbing her belly in hopes that she is just constipated. She ate the broth from her canned food but thats all shes had today.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Poяcelain:" I have like 70 dollars in my bank account, and nothing more for 2 weeks. I dont know how I am going to ... [snip!] ... rubbing her belly in hopes that she is just constipated. She ate the broth from her canned food but thats all shes had today."

Ask if they can do a payment plan. Our clinic does them. We would let people write a check and we wouldn't cash it until a certain date, or they would agree to pay a certain amount every month until the bill was paid off.

KillerMombie 3 kids; Belle Chasse, Louisiana 28282 posts
19th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Poяcelain:</b>" I have like 70 dollars in my bank account, and nothing more for 2 weeks. I dont know how I am going to ... [snip!] ... rubbing her belly in hopes that she is just constipated. She ate the broth from her canned food but thats all shes had today."</blockquote>




We had an emergency vet that we had to pay immediately but every other vet we've been to has been GREAT about setting up a payment plan. I spent a little over a grand trying to save a rescue Rott puppy from Parvo and was able to pay it off over a few months.



When my cat was in the vet hospital we ended up with payments of $75 every two weeks for a few months. They pretty much asked us how much we could pay each time and then we went from there.

Porcelain 1 child; New Jersey 2088 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting h*:" When my cat was like this she just slept on the couch. She wouldn't move. Then she died. :( She was old though about 19 years. Is your cat moving, acting normal apart from not eating Etc.."


Not really, just moping about. She kept laying in the pantry behind the door, so I moved her cat bed onto my bed and put her there, and she hasnt left that spot all day except when I put her down near her food and water. When she climbed back on the bed she was very slow and almost fell back down. She seems very weak.

Brantley+Savannah 2 kids; Mills River, NC, United States 3119 posts
19th Nov '12

keeep giving her fluids, see if maybe there is an animal rescue that might help you for free, the one here treats animals themselves, they have a vet that volunteers with them.



she may be dehydrated, our kitten was dehydrated after he got some shots, you may need to see abou getting her some fluids. we fostered sick kittens once and i had to inject one of them with fluids once a day. Not fun by the way, he didnt like being poked by a needle every morning.

Porcelain 1 child; New Jersey 2088 posts
19th Nov '12

Why would her pupils be dilated? Thats what is freaking me out the most..