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So, I gave my cat an enema

 
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12/26/2012 12:13 AM
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So, I gave my cat an enema
Male 10 y/o cat, around 17 lbs, with chronic constipation. Have been giving him lactulose almost every day with little success. He's been pretty backed up so I decided to get extreme and do an enema myself. Taking him to a new vet (we just moved) would cost around $500 because they'll want to x-ray him, etc. I got some glycerin enemas (4 in a pack) from the pharmacy.

I rolled the cat up in a towel, but he escaped from that once I tried to insert the enema. The little enema applicators were weird and not easy to clear, so I emptied two of them into a large plastic syringe and used that instead. I got about 3/4 of the liquid into the cat, the rest squirted on his butt while struggling to hold him down. He ran out of the bathroom after I was done and started cleaning his butt. It was a mistake to let him out because the first discharge was done on the carpet in the living room, and it was nothing but brown liquid. Thankfully I got a Bissell Pet Bot shampoo vac to clean that up. He later pooped a small piece outside of the litter box. I thought that the whole thing had been a failure. However, I woke up this morning to a good size pile of poop in the litter box and the cat seemed much happier. I had also given him some vegetable oil by mouth for the first time.

Lessons learned: put some of the glycerin on his butt to facilitate penetration. Do not let the cat out of the bathroom until he's done his business (keep litter box in there). Wipe his butt afterwards because it will have smelly liquid on it.
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12/26/2012 12:17 AM
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Male 10 y/o cat, around 17 lbs, with chronic constipation. Have been giving him lactulose almost every day with little success. He's been pretty backed up so I decided to get extreme and do an enema myself. Taking him to a new vet (we just moved) would cost around $500 because they'll want to x-ray him, etc. I got some glycerin enemas (4 in a pack) from the pharmacy.

I rolled the cat up in a towel, but he escaped from that once I tried to insert the enema. The little enema applicators were weird and not easy to clear, so I emptied two of them into a large plastic syringe and used that instead. I got about 3/4 of the liquid into the cat, the rest squirted on his butt while struggling to hold him down. He ran out of the bathroom after I was done and started cleaning his butt. It was a mistake to let him out because the first discharge was done on the carpet in the living room, and it was nothing but brown liquid. Thankfully I got a Bissell Pet Bot shampoo vac to clean that up. He later pooped a small piece outside of the litter box. I thought that the whole thing had been a failure. However, I woke up this morning to a good size pile of poop in the litter box and the cat seemed much happier. I had also given him some vegetable oil by mouth for the first time.

Lessons learned: put some of the glycerin on his butt to facilitate penetration. Do not let the cat out of the bathroom until he's done his business (keep litter box in there). Wipe his butt afterwards because it will have smelly liquid on it.
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shitstreamdid you really need to fuckin share that?
baffle m with briliance,or startle m with stupidity. everbody outta the pool.
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12/26/2012 12:55 AM
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
I don't want to alarm you, but My beloved Kitty had Vonstant constipation

He had blood coming out of him trying to go to the bathroom, I spent months at the Vet, getting him enemas, changing his diet, medications, but we did find out it was a tumor basically cancer....

I did whatever I could for him to make him comfortable, but I did lose him to the disease last March....

Just make sure you do find out what is causing his constipation...

The X ray never showed my cat's tumor and it also showed he was not impacted, he was 12.....

best of luck with your kitty...If he is truly impacted you can also put a little bit of olive oil on his food...
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
I don't want to alarm you, but My beloved Kitty had Vonstant constipation

He had blood coming out of him trying to go to the bathroom, I spent months at the Vet, getting him enemas, changing his diet, medications, but we did find out it was a tumor basically cancer....

I did whatever I could for him to make him comfortable, but I did lose him to the disease last March....

Just make sure you do find out what is causing his constipation...

The X ray never showed my cat's tumor and it also showed he was not impacted, he was 12.....

best of luck with your kitty...If he is truly impacted you can also put a little bit of olive oil on his food...
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12/26/2012 01:57 AM
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Did you at least buy it dinner?
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Where did you get the lactululose?
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
I think you can use mineral oil or sodium docusate too like put it in food.
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12/26/2012 02:33 AM
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Cats and dogs can be given a small amount of canned pumpkin to ease constipation. Also very handy if the cat/dog has swallowed something that needs to be passed on out. Such as a plastic baggy, for example. A 'natural relief' for the cat/dog, and it coats their tummy as well.
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12/26/2012 02:58 AM
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
what the fucking heck?

you dont give cats enemas or dogs or any fen animals what the hell is wrong with you people

none of you deserve animals
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12/26/2012 03:03 AM
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
I wish I didn't know what an enema meant, so I couldn't build a mental picture of some tard trying to stick a rubber hose into a cats butt...pigchef
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Male 10 y/o cat, around 17 lbs, with chronic constipation. Have been giving him lactulose almost every day with little success. He's been pretty backed up so I decided to get extreme and do an enema myself. Taking him to a new vet (we just moved) would cost around $500 because they'll want to x-ray him, etc (4 in a pack. I got some glycerin enemas) from the pharmacy.

I rolled the cat up in a towel, but he escaped from that once I tried to insert the enema. The little enema applicators were weird and not easy to clear, so I emptied two of them into a large plastic syringe and used that instead. I got about 3/4 of the liquid into the cat, the rest squirted on his butt while struggling to hold him down. He ran out of the bathroom after I was done and started cleaning his butt. It was a mistake to let him out because the first discharge was done on the carpet in the living room, and it was nothing but brown liquid. Thankfully I got a Bissell Pet Bot shampoo vac to clean that up. He later pooped a small piece outside of the litter box. I thought that the whole thing had been a failure. However, I woke up this morning to a good size pile of poop in the litter box and the cat seemed much happier. I had also given him some vegetable oil by mouth for the first time.

Lessons learned: put some of the glycerin on his butt to facilitate penetration. Do not let the cat out of the bathroom until he's done his business (keep litter box in there). Wipe his butt afterwards because it will have smelly liquid on it.
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 Quoting: KillerKoodaaa



shitstreamdid you really need to fuckin share that?
I was just thinking the same exact thing, then I remembered when my cat thomas swallowed a whole chicken leg bone, and it got stuck in his lower G.I., my mom had to pull it out through his asshole with a pair of needlenose pliers, and we had to wrap him up in a towel to keep from getting shredded by his claws during the "operation", because he was a REALLY big tomcat, that was about 35 years ago and we still talk about that incident now and then.
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12/26/2012 03:52 AM
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Feed your cat magnesium citrate, this will fix the problem.
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Cats and dogs can be given a small amount of canned pumpkin to ease constipation. Also very handy if the cat/dog has swallowed something that needs to be passed on out. Such as a plastic baggy, for example. A 'natural relief' for the cat/dog, and it coats their tummy as well.
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^This^
It is the only thing that should be given to an animal by a non-expert for constipation.
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12/26/2012 04:01 AM
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
yeah we did that to but the cat wasnt constipated,,first we put the cat in a big gumboot head down so he couldnt bite all of us.then it was easy but very very messy
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Male 10 y/o cat, around 17 lbs, with chronic constipation. Have been giving him lactulose almost every day with little success. He's been pretty backed up so I decided to get extreme and do an enema myself. Taking him to a new vet (we just moved) would cost around $500 because they'll want to x-ray him, etc (4 in a pack. I got some glycerin enemas) from the pharmacy.

I rolled the cat up in a towel, but he escaped from that once I tried to insert the enema. The little enema applicators were weird and not easy to clear, so I emptied two of them into a large plastic syringe and used that instead. I got about 3/4 of the liquid into the cat, the rest squirted on his butt while struggling to hold him down. He ran out of the bathroom after I was done and started cleaning his butt. It was a mistake to let him out because the first discharge was done on the carpet in the living room, and it was nothing but brown liquid. Thankfully I got a Bissell Pet Bot shampoo vac to clean that up. He later pooped a small piece outside of the litter box. I thought that the whole thing had been a failure. However, I woke up this morning to a good size pile of poop in the litter box and the cat seemed much happier. I had also given him some vegetable oil by mouth for the first time.

Lessons learned: put some of the glycerin on his butt to facilitate penetration. Do not let the cat out of the bathroom until he's done his business (keep litter box in there). Wipe his butt afterwards because it will have smelly liquid on it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29992561


 Quoting: KillerKoodaaa



shitstreamdid you really need to fuckin share that?
I was just thinking the same exact thing, then I remembered when my cat thomas swallowed a whole chicken leg bone, and it got stuck in his lower G.I., my mom had to pull it out through his asshole with a pair of needlenose pliers, and we had to wrap him up in a towel to keep from getting shredded by his claws during the "operation", because he was a REALLY big tomcat, that was about 35 years ago and we still talk about that incident now and then.
 Quoting: weasel keeper

yeah i had to remove a round bone out of my whippets arse with lomg nose pliars,we would be fucked without them pliars
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Male 10 y/o cat, around 17 lbs, with chronic constipation. Have been giving him lactulose almost every day with little success. He's been pretty backed up so I decided to get extreme and do an enema myself. Taking him to a new vet (we just moved) would cost around $500 because they'll want to x-ray him, etc. I got some glycerin enemas (4 in a pack) from the pharmacy.

I rolled the cat up in a towel, but he escaped from that once I tried to insert the enema. The little enema applicators were weird and not easy to clear, so I emptied two of them into a large plastic syringe and used that instead. I got about 3/4 of the liquid into the cat, the rest squirted on his butt while struggling to hold him down. He ran out of the bathroom after I was done and started cleaning his butt. It was a mistake to let him out because the first discharge was done on the carpet in the living room, and it was nothing but brown liquid. Thankfully I got a Bissell Pet Bot shampoo vac to clean that up. He later pooped a small piece outside of the litter box. I thought that the whole thing had been a failure. However, I woke up this morning to a good size pile of poop in the litter box and the cat seemed much happier. I had also given him some vegetable oil by mouth for the first time.

Lessons learned: put some of the glycerin on his butt to facilitate penetration. Do not let the cat out of the bathroom until he's done his business (keep litter box in there). Wipe his butt afterwards because it will have smelly liquid on it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29992561


rofl
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12/26/2012 06:03 AM
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Suck that asshole really hard. It will come out eventually. Try not to get fur in your mouth.
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12/26/2012 08:14 AM
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Suck that asshole really hard. It will come out eventually. Try not to get fur in your mouth.
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great job, Korea. Any time people listen to Koreans talking about pets its just wrong. Thanks for trying though.
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12/26/2012 08:21 AM
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Suck that asshole really hard. It will come out eventually. Try not to get fur in your mouth.
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great job, Korea. Any time people listen to Koreans talking about pets its just wrong. Thanks for trying though.
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this is their sushi
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12/26/2012 09:14 AM
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Re: So, I gave my cat an enema
Where did you get the lactululose?
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Lactulose can only be acquired by prescription from a vet. I know because my cat is on it and I have to go for another $40 office visit to get it even though he will probably be on it for life. I think I'll try the canned pumpkin, thanks!

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