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Sounds like it could be a fur ball, at the supermarket you can usually purchase, Laxapet gel, elimination of ingested hair for cats and dogs.
I would definitely try this for a couple of days, before returning to the vet.

hf

I,m sure kitty will be better soon.

hugs
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Slippery Elm is cheaper, does the same thing.
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Yes I use slippery elm.

hf
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Just saying that I agree with STOP FEEDING THEM PET FOOD.

I would give my cats tuna....all the time.

They will live a very long and healthy life.


Pet food---who knows for sure what it is. Could be anything...seriously.

I said a prayer for your cat....



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if i may hijack...the cat that has lived on my porch for 8 years is getting old and likely will die soon. he's lost 2 teeth.
he is in pain which is clear because he is drooling a lot and can only eat soft food.
i'd like to ease his pain without using a bullet, yet.
vet bills are a bitch.
anyone know of a good antibiotic and pain reliever?
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Yes he more than likely has stomatitis. I feral I take care of has this. Buy some Fish Clindamycin on ebay. Give one pill every day, break capsule in soft food and mix.
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For natural pain and inflammation relief Vitamin D3 combined with Omega-3 fish oil are two of the most potent anti inflammatory agents known. Tumeric also works.
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dosage?
ty
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The clindamycin comes in 150 mg capsules, normal dose is 5-10mg per pound every 24 hours.

Omega-3 between 50 and 220 mg/kg

Tumeric 10mg to 20mg per pound of cat split in half dose in morning and other in evening.

I would avoid the Vitamin D as it is touchy and some cats can have a reaction, though it is good as an anti inflammatory. Too much will kill them. So make sure the omega 3 does not have vitamin d.

I think you will find that the continued use of the clindamycin clears it up. Some cats can be on antibiotics for life, especially with stomatitis.
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This time of year a lot of cats have allergies and excessively groom and ingest more hair than normal. If the CBC , T4, and chem were normal and no temp I would try a cortisone shot (depo-medrol). Stops he allergy and many times vaults the vomiting. Not a guarantee in your case but run it by your vet and see her opinion.
It also matters whether it is true vomit or regurgitated food. If the cortisone doesn’t work and the ultrasound yields no answers, a barium swallow series of x-rays would be in order and would show how long it takes for the stomach and small bowel to empty.
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Just saying that I agree with STOP FEEDING THEM PET FOOD.

I would give my cats tuna....all the time.

They will live a very long and healthy life.


Pet food---who knows for sure what it is. Could be anything...seriously.

I said a prayer for your cat....



peace
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TUNA is bad. Cats have to have taurine or they will die. Either an all natural meat diet or quality canned/bag food. Even with an all natural diet you still have to include taurine.
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Like others have suggested, have them look at his/her kidneys.
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When is your birthday op?
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I inherited a cat a year back that was doing this exact thing. The vet said the pancreas was failing and that was causing him to not be able to digest food. She said it was probably caused by him not eating good food.

Get your cat more expensive cat food, one without the first ingredient being ground corn, or gluten meal, or meat-byproducts.

You need to get cat food that is usually a bit more expensive but it is worth it. The first ingredients will be whole white chicken, or just salmon, or beef, and not fillers.

Your cat is probably becoming intolerant to the crap that is in the shit food they make for animals these days and they purposely jack up the price of the good food just to make you buy the cheap shit, trust I did it for a while and lots of people still do just because it can get really expensive if you have lots of cats. Just one cat it won't be too bad, you will just have to tough it out for the good of the cat.

Also get him some soft food and some hard food and feed him just one for 2 days and see if he pukes and then try the other and see if he pukes and it will let you know if one or the other is triggering it. My cat still to this day will puke if I let him eat to much hard food, he can only snack on it little bits at a time.

Also you need to feed your cat periodically every 3 - 4 hours and half the amount you use to give and then work it up but to get him back on track feed him many times throughout the day, less quantity and it will help him digest better.

He is throwing up without eating now.... that is because his stomach is empty from puking all the time. You need to correct this fast because the stomach acid is eating away at his lining at it is causing him to puke up bile because he has no food in him and no nutrients.

Hope all this helps...honestly it is all the research and things I tried with my cat and he was horrible when I got him, constantly puking and was so thin.
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Hello, n lets help your majestic friend NOW ! Whatever is ailing him won't kill him if "whatever goes in comes out"..
to facilitate this in the most pleasant way possible...Spring for a can of ALBACORE TUNA IN VEGETABLE OIL My Kidz prefer Bumbling bees but I'm sure they are all equally lubriquitive !
Don't give 'im the whole can just enough that he's not just drinking the oil (juice),but make sure the Tuna meat is soaked in it. That should "this too shall pass" ANYTHING that he hasn't been able too on his own ..Put the spring right back in his pounce !

If he is still "not right" after he poops,watch how he walks does he favor one side, does he avoid jumping up onto the sofa,bed,anywhere...That would indicate bowel obstruction
which generally means surgery...You think your short now !
4 grand plus for that...Trust me I KNOW, I paid it ...9 yrs later she's snoozing ,one eye on my note here,making sure I don't leave anything out...

INSURE YOUR PETS it's a small price in avoiding a HUGE HOLE IN ONE'S HEART....That aside, sometimes X-rays n Ultrasounds
MISS thins like HAIR TIES, that little gold plastic seal breaker off a pack of smokes, ANT KIND OF REFLECTIVE CELLOPHANE off say A CAT TOY (they are all in Cahoot's I tell ya )

I Wish you and your friend all the best .please keep us apprised of his condition

Paws crossed

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I have no answers but will say a prayer for healing. Cat lover here. They are so amazing.....
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I'm sorry to hear that you and your cat are going through this.

My cat recently went through something and I do think he was poisoning himself. I got all the plants out of his reach, and stopped him from going in attic, cellar, garage where poisonous stuff tends to congregate.

Indoor cats especially long for plants. I think it is probably nice to buy a cat-grass plant. I see them at the grocery store. Or start one of your own with seeds.

Egg yolks seem to perk up my cats over the long term.

Also, raw ground beef. If a cat is very ill, prob not a time to try raw meat. Start it when the cat is well.

The breeder says she would sometimes give whole milk yogurt to cats when they were "off" in the digestion.

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Thanks everyone hf. Thankfully the vet I use is already low cost. I don't think it's my cats food. I usually buy a big bag and it lasts him for a while. I've probably had the bag for a month now and no problems when I first bought the bag.

I would try to feed him something else but my cat is so picky he won't eat anything. He likes his dry food and that's it. He doesn't like fish or beef...he doesn't even really care for tuna. He just licks the juice.
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May be there is mold on the grain in the catfood. Throw it away and buy a fresh small bag. Sometimes mine will throw up and I will get a new bag. It quits.

Or try the new bag. Before tossing the old to see if there is a difference. Sometimes, I think the dry goes bad.
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I googled bezoar and it said it's a hairball but the vet didn't see anything on the x-ray except the one spot and she said it looked like stools but wasn't 100 percent and the ultrasound is the next step.

Honestly i'm struggling with money right now and I need to see if it's something simple. My husband hasn't worked in almost 3 weeks because he is sick and I have already spent $200 for my kitty and it's another $150 just for the ultrasound.
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Generally speaking, ultrasound is not a good test for vomiting by itself ... because the stomach and bowels are not visualized well due to mobility and mixed echotexture.

Vets are rarely trained in radiology. You can request a REAL radiologist reads the X-ray film. Vets can send films out for a professional read.


And actually...since there was an area the vet was unsure of...and kitty is still having the same problems... they should be doing a (discounted/free) follow-up X-ray to see if there is any changes, obstructions or abnormalities to compare to the first film. At least before doing an ultrasound


It sounds like kitty is in generally good health though. Did the vet discuss food reaction? Friskies is made in China and linked to health problems. Maybe try a grain-free food and only one protein source at a time?



Personally, if it was my kitty, a second opinion would be more valuable to me than an ultrasound scan

Perhaps it might be helpful to take kitty (along with the xray and labs) to another vet?
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I'm looking for any kind theories on what might be wrong with him.

I have taken him to the vet twice in the last week. The vet says he isn't running a fever, teeth look good, blood tests are normal, and his x-ray looked ok. The vet wasn't sure what one spot on the x-ray might be. She said possibly stools. He is a big cat though and her feeling around with her hands she couldn't feel anything odd.

I have cleaned his food & water bowl and his litter box. He is drinking ok and he seems interested in food but everytime he eats he throws up. He even throws up when he hasn't eaten.

I did catch him eating on my coneflower but he has done that in the past. As far as Google it doesn't seem to be a poisonous plant but now I have it put up.

Next is an ultrasound for him. However i'm really low on money and not sure how much further I can go. I really don't want to put him down because he was fine a couple weeks ago.
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Vomiting, eh?

Have you or the cat had any direct contact with liberals lately?
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I'm wondering if your kitty has added something new to her diet without you knowing.

My son's cat threw up a lot, and had a smell all her own and it was horrendous. 2 months ago he switched over to grain free food and it completely resolved her problem. She acts like she feels so much better and you wouldn't know he has cats - the horrendous smell is gone.
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I googled bezoar and it said it's a hairball but the vet didn't see anything on the x-ray except the one spot and she said it looked like stools but wasn't 100 percent and the ultrasound is the next step.

Honestly i'm struggling with money right now and I need to see if it's something simple. My husband hasn't worked in almost 3 weeks because he is sick and I have already spent $200 for my kitty and it's another $150 just for the ultrasound.
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Wow! That is all you have spent on a vet bill? From what you described you should be hitting $1000. where I live in Texas.

Try switching to Meow Mix hairball control mix. My cat vomits too a lot if we buy her anything else.
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I'm looking for any kind theories on what might be wrong with him.

I have taken him to the vet twice in the last week. The vet says he isn't running a fever, teeth look good, blood tests are normal, and his x-ray looked ok. The vet wasn't sure what one spot on the x-ray might be. She said possibly stools. He is a big cat though and her feeling around with her hands she couldn't feel anything odd.

I have cleaned his food & water bowl and his litter box. He is drinking ok and he seems interested in food but everytime he eats he throws up. He even throws up when he hasn't eaten.

I did catch him eating on my coneflower but he has done that in the past. As far as Google it doesn't seem to be a poisonous plant but now I have it put up.

Next is an ultrasound for him. However i'm really low on money and not sure how much further I can go. I really don't want to put him down because he was fine a couple weeks ago.
 Quoting: MostlySunshine


Our cat has always had digestion issues. He goes through patches of vomiting and purging too. When we got him from the animal welfare league they already knew that he had contracted giardia (parasite). I got him through that by giving him my digestive enzymes and have periodically given him them over the years. I have had him checked over numerous times too but all his results are normal. If I had to hazard a guess I would say he probably has ulcerative colitis or even irritable bowel as sometimes he is fine and other times he seems to suffer. If you can afford it go and get the scan as then they can rule out anything sinister.
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Does he look sick or lethargic or acting odd in any way?

If not, maybe there is nothing wrong with him.

One of my cats throws up all the time regardless of what food I give her. I have determined that it is due to her habit of eating dry food too fast without chewing. I have lessened the incidences of her throwing up by not putting too much food at a time in her bowl. I put only a little bit in there at a time.

Apart form that she seems perfectly healthy though a little too fat and lazy.
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Another problem can be hair. If you see a hairball in the vomit, that is the reason and that is perfectly normal. That can be lessened by brushing the cat with a special brush that removes loose fur.
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Just put the cat outside! I had an indoor cat for 6 months back in the 80's. The dang cat would decide to poop when I had a house full of guest. How embarrassing...the smell...nothing will hide the smell of cat poo in a small apartment.

The cat actually destroyed the carpet at the front door as she wanted out so bad.

I decided the days of me scooping poo was over so the cat became a much happier outdoor cat!

I cared for my now happy outdoor cat for many, many years. She could eat grass or whatever cats do for an upset stomach and I never had any problems and we had many happy years together.

I remember a vet 40 years ago tell my mom to place or sick dog outside and she would get well as animals belong outside. I think that is even more the case with cats but I have no problem with any family pet coming inside but when its time to poop its outdoors only at my house.

I also had cat scratch fever as a child, caused from cat poo, I don't do cat poo.
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It doesnt hurt to try remote reiki healing at the link above for pets. Hope it helps and you find out soon what the problem is! Get better kitty <3
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Just try using some fish oil capsules. Break them and put on the food. It will lubricate the digestive tract and has beneficial properties.
There was a recient report of no benefits to humans though YMMV.
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Just a couple things to add to the myriad posts by some of the best and most helpful people in the world.

That said I am also thinking could be renal issues and or diabetes.....We have three cats, would only eat dry food for years. One of our cats was suddenly drinking a lot and peeing a lot. The big giveaway was his breathe smelled ammonia like. turned out to be diabetic. As we do not want insulin in a cat, so we switched them to wet food. Worried our Maine coon wouldn't eat I told the wife no cat will starve itself...Now all three are happy and the diabetic cat is not even in triple digits when we test blood sugar.

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I'm looking for any kind theories on what might be wrong with him.

I have taken him to the vet twice in the last week. The vet says he isn't running a fever, teeth look good, blood tests are normal, and his x-ray looked ok. The vet wasn't sure what one spot on the x-ray might be. She said possibly stools. He is a big cat though and her feeling around with her hands she couldn't feel anything odd.

I have cleaned his food & water bowl and his litter box. He is drinking ok and he seems interested in food but everytime he eats he throws up. He even throws up when he hasn't eaten.

I did catch him eating on my coneflower but he has done that in the past. As far as Google it doesn't seem to be a poisonous plant but now I have it put up.

Next is an ultrasound for him. However i'm really low on money and not sure how much further I can go. I really don't want to put him down because he was fine a couple weeks ago.
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I never post on here anymore cause I always get banned but for your kitty it is worth a try.

Try giving your cat a 1/2 tsp of coconut oil a couple times a day.

It should sooth his stomach. Internally, coconut oil can benefit a cat’s immune system, help with hairballs, reduce arthritis inflammation, improve bad breath, and help with a healthy stomach get right again it also helps with hairballs,constipation, bacteria,

Coconut oil is highly calorie and very nutritional and can give him great amount of nourishment while he is not eating solid food. My cat always loved it.

Hope this helps you help your kitty!
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Food reactions don't always happen immediately after eating.

Sometimes it can take days, weeks ...or even months...before the body just can't tolerate a certain food.


At 11yo, your kitty is a senior cat...it might be time to switch to a high quality food.

Healthy foods cost a bit more, but healthy pets equals less vet visits.
It's worth the cost savings to us.

We leave merricks grain free kibble in the bowl and serve Fresh Pet once daily for wet food feed. Sometimes we add kitty gravy or sauce to the fresh pet for different flavors.

Maybe try one of those good quality saucy-foods and let kitty just eat the sauce until the vomiting eases? They have nutrition and calories and will help keep kitty's strength up.

If you go to an actual pet store, talk with their cat people... sometimes they know what foods are better for different reactions than the vets.

Pet stores talk to countless pet owners a day and know what products people get good results with.
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I just wanted to thank everyone again. Im at work so no time to post. We were able to get a urine sample from my kitty and my husband just dropped it off so we are waiting on the results.
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Looking forward to the diagnosis.

I think I'll be the third one on the thread to recommend coconut oil. Anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial, strengthens their immune system. It is a partially water-soluble, medium-chained fatty-acid, letting it be metabolized easier than other fats.

This is helpful to an ill kitty who is still eating. It helps their energy level.

I use the type that doesn't have the coconut taste, the one that can be used for pan-frying. Organic expellor pressed non-gmo. The one I use is made by Spectrum. Tried others, but one of my kitties has decided this is the only one for her, lol. It's about 7 bucks and lasts months.

I give her about 1/4 tsp. a day, she licks it right off the spoon. Been going her this for 5 years, she'll be 10 in January. She's the oldest and healthiest kitty I have, and hasn't been sick in years, knock on wood.

Never throws up anymore, no more hairballs. Always happy. Unless I've forgotten to give her the spoon of coconut oil and then she starts howling when I've laid down to rest and she has realized she hasn't gotten her oil. So I get back up and give it to her and all is good for another day.

Here's a couple of links to help you decide if coconut oil is something you'd like to try.

[link to www.organicfacts.net (secure)]


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He has intestinal blockage by something that is not showing up in the x-ray, my cat had the same thing happen, he ate 2 foam earplugs and some rubber bands and they didn't show up on the x-ray. they will have to do exploratory surgery to find it, he will die without it.
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I'm so sorry about your cat, I will keep you guys in my thoughts & prayers!

A few questions:

1. Is your cat acting lethargic or tired, or otherwise sick? Third eyelid showing? Any drooling?

2. Any changes in litterbox habits?

3. What are you feeding him?

It sounds to me like 1 of 3 things.

Your cat is gorging himself/eating too fast, then vomiting up the food. If this is the case, the vomit will look like basically wet cat food, totally undigested, and will happen not long after he's at the food bowl. Our cats do this on occasion. Nothing really "wrong" and they'll eventually stop doing it.

Hairball. I think this sounds like the most likely culprit, given what you've described. Has your cat ever had hairball issues before? You can purchase some hairball remedies at the pet store, but also just try adding a little bit of olive oil or organic coconut oil (less than a teaspoon per day) to some wet food. Canned pumpkin (NOT pumpkin pie filling - just straight pumpkin) also works wonders on hairballs. These should lubricate things up to get the hairball to pass, even if it's a larger one he's having trouble with. If it's a hairball you might also see him gagging/dry heaving occasionally.

Third reason is diet. Have you changed his food recently or added anything new? Is it possible he's getting into something else without your knowledge?

I would suggest trying a higher quality food if possible, if you're feeding something less expensive like Friskies or Meow Mix. Aldi has a good grain free cat food, also Costco has two cat foods that are high quality and under $20 for a huge bag. Cats are notorious for having sensitive, fickle stomachs, and some cats have issues with less expensive foods. You might also look into a "hairball remedy" food.
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I don't know how to cleanse their stomach from the bad food, but it might be needed, if you have given him food from stores, like kit-e-kat etc. I hope you don't feed him with the mainstream food, because there are actually great food for them available from zooplus.com.


Have you fed him with mainstream food, if yes, you know what to do...





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