What did I do with my Black Cat?

What did I do with my Black Cat?

Two years ago, we had a group of feral cats that camped out under our house. One of them, a small black cat, adopted us. We took him to my vet and had him treated him for a respiratory infection. We nursed him back to health and he began growing.

Why did my cat die from a blood clot?

Thomas: When blood clots get stuck, they cause a blockage in the flow of blood, which means the cells in the blocked part of the body aren’t getting the oxygen they need to stay alive. Dahlia: You might think that if your cat had a heart disease like cardiomyopathy, you would have noticed.

How can you tell if a cat has a blood clot?

Thomas: When a cat gets a blood clot stuck in an artery, it’s extremely painful, and you can clearly tell that the cat is suffering. He might be rolling around on the floor and meowing desperately, or, as Lil Bit was, opening and closing his mouth and gasping for breath.

Why did my cat die from heartworm disease?

Although heartworm disease is not as common in cats as it is in dogs, cats can and do get heartworms. Sudden death is one possible result of heartworm disease. Siouxsie: Cats get heartworms from being bitten by an infected mosquito, so outdoor cats are more likely to have the disease than indoor-only cats.

Why does my cat have diarrhea and weight loss?

Many cats with IBD do really well on small doses of steroids, so you can ask your vet about trying this. The next possibility that I get worried about is an intestinal cancer such as intestinal lymphoma. Often cats with lymphoma will have no changes in their bloodwork and will simply have diarrhea and weight loss.

Two years ago, we had a group of feral cats that camped out under our house. One of them, a small black cat, adopted us. We took him to my vet and had him treated him for a respiratory infection. We nursed him back to health and he began growing.

Why is my cat’s stool Brown and runny?

We did fecal tests for parasites and also checked for giardia and cholitis… all negative. BTW: his stool is consistently a light goldish brown and runny, but the vet keeps brushing this off.

Thomas: When blood clots get stuck, they cause a blockage in the flow of blood, which means the cells in the blocked part of the body aren’t getting the oxygen they need to stay alive. Dahlia: You might think that if your cat had a heart disease like cardiomyopathy, you would have noticed.