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Friday, July 16, 2010

Another Chickie update

Yesterday evening when I got home from work Chickie was laying in her litterbox. I opened the door to the crate and she just looked at me. She had not used the box nor had she eaten. I changed her food and petted her. Which she wasnt too sure about but didnt hiss or growl. I came back a few hours later and she was in the same place. At this point I was a little worried, she was going on 48 hours of no eating. Gave her the meds and left the door open to the crate. Please note the crate is in the same room she has been in for the last 8 weeks and her last 2 babies are in there. I went out the room leaving just a crack in the door so I could watch and she came out ... went right to the food plate that the boys at been eating at and ate. Same food that she had but apparently better.

So she is out in the room once again and shes not too happy with me. She would not come and let me pet on her this morning. When I put a clean towel in the floor she growled at me. Im sure she is a little sore, fustrated, put out all on top of being a cat ... female cat ... :)

8 comments:

  1. She will come around. The meds may be causing dome of those symptoms!

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  2. It is good she ate again - it is just going to take a little time for her to feel better. And maybe being separated from her babies was frustrating to her, which added to her stress. Now that she is out she will eat and start to feel better and hopefully cheer up a bit.

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  3. That's a khat fur woo!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra
    PeeEssWoo: We hope she's feeling more 'normal' by now!

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  4. Poor thing. We will keep her in our purrs and prayers.

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  5. Poor Chickie, this must all be a little confusing to her. We'll send some big purrs her way.

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  6. Awww little Chickie. Eat your foods and feel better.

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  7. We are sending purrs for Chickie to feel better. She will soon forget all about her op.

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  8. Chickie is confused about her babies and in some discomfort; we are purring for her to feel better soon...Happy weekend sweet friends...kitty kisses...Calle, Halle, Sukki

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