green eyed, long haired red cats
Any info on these breeds would b helpful. Thanku
My baby girl Nala
just wondering if anyone has ever had a cat that has all of a sudden become ill? My cat is 17 years old and this morning she was absolutely fine, her normal happy self meowing for your attention and wanted up, myself and my family went out and we were gone for 5 hours at a push, when we came back home we were greeted to her laying on the kitchen floor curled up meowing so when I picked her up I thought nothing of it so I put her back down where she was and she just collapsed over, I poked her up again and she was okay, but one of her back paws was limp and just hanging there, I tried moving it but she has absolutely no feeling in it. She cannot walk well anymore she is just dragging that paw along the ground, but it doesn't hurt when it's touched, she still try's to walk but can't do it well, anyone know what this can be? Vets are all shut and keeping a close eye on her. She's also an indoor cat.
Black Lab Getting Older
My lab is about 12 years old, and thankfully he is staying healthy. Has anyone tried using a supplement or daily vitamin? I am wondering if they really help and or keep a dog feeling young.
My puppy for head shot
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Hello,My 16 yr old cat yesterday had a trip to the vets to get his teeth sorted some cleaned and some removed. He also has a hyper thyroid condition tgat he is on meds for.Everything went fine e during the procedure and during the treatment he was given a sedation. When I went to pick him up the vet said he was coming round very slowly this was a few hours after the surgery. So I returned a little later and he was still well out of it. He was paddling bit like kneeding but using the full legs to move and mainly just his back legs. He was also unable to stand. I brought him home and he had a fit in the car, once inside he then had a few more fits so I took him to the emergency vet they gave him diazipan which stopped the fits however during all this from picking him up at tea time till the following morning he was awake. Also hadn't eaten anything since 8pm the evening b4. He was now hardly moving so we went back to the vets first thing and they took him for the day and monitored him. He has managed to eat while there and again this evening he is back home with me and has eaten a fair bit like 4 spoons of high protein cat dinner. However he's been asleep for a while now and was most of the time while at the vets he's not really with it at all and is eating by licking the food from my had while totally incapacitated in his bed. He's had a few wees just in the bed and the vet helped him have one so he's not dehydrated. We think he might have had a stroke or the fits have caused damage and also the added complications of the meds and his underlying thyroid problem. I was hoping that someone might have had a cat in a similar way and hear what they had to say to see what his recovery chance is as basically he's bed ridden at the moment. It's worth mentioning he can feel his toes and responds to his feet being touched. Right now he's just asleep and I'm hoping the lack of movement is just due to him being that exhausted. Any story's or advice or help would be greatly appreciated.
his poor ears
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