Saturday, June 11, 2011
Precious Update 4
The vet called earlier this AM and told me she hasn't vomited but hasn't passed the barium either. So, it is a waiting game. Now I don't know if she will be coming home today or not. Still no diagnosis. Thanks so much for coming by and giving your support. Will let you know when I get some news.
This thing came on so fast, no warning. From a healthy, vibrant cat who loved playing with kitten, to a sick, despondent cat. In the back of mind I keep wondering if she ate something. I am so careful and she doesn't seem to ever chew on things. She is 100% indoors.
Posted by One Of The Girls at 12:11 PM
Cheysuli and gemini posted at 12:59 PM
We are continuing to purr for her!
The Lee County Clowder posted at 2:37 PM
Still purrrrrrringg for the Precious Flower.
Come on kittie, give it up. Sooner or later that baruim has gotta come out one end or the other!
Strayer posted at 2:57 PM
That sounds like distemper, yellow vomit, also causes gut inflammation bleeding. Sounds like a vaccinated cat with mild distemper. I'm not a vet, sorry, just guessing from your description. Dog parvo snap tests will test also for feline distemper I heard.
Strayer posted at 3:02 PM
Telescopic bowel? Diaphramatic hernia, from a fall, could she have fallen? Did they check that black tarry stool for blood? Isn't that what humans would see as a symptom of upper GI bleeding? Did she eat something sharp that could have punctured the bowel, esophugus or intestine?
Derby, Ducky posted at 4:21 PM
Thanks for the update, continuing purrs and prayers.
Big Piney Woods Cats posted at 4:44 PM
Strayer...yes her stool was checked, it has blood in it, but came back negative for the tests they did. Anything is possible, still waiting on results of the barium. As far as eating something, I have been super careful to never let my cats get anything they could eat and hurt them. Playing a horrible waiting game. The vet already ruled out distemper.
ABBY posted at 5:09 PM
We know this is terribly hard but we are continuing our purrs and we feel sure Miss Precious will recover completely and be home very soon.
The Island Cats posted at 5:34 PM
We continue to purr and pray that she will be okay and can come home soon!
The Crew posted at 5:54 PM
We're sending lots of purrs to Precious Flower to get better.
A few Good Cats posted at 6:09 PM
All of us also send get-well vibes and purrayers for your Precious one...
Pixel posted at 6:53 PM
Hopefully something has happened and she is getting better. we are ending purrs your way
Sarah posted at 7:04 PM
Kit and I are purring hard for her.
Prancer's mom-t.woodruff posted at 7:58 PM
We will continue our purrayers. We want Precious back to her old self soon.
HotMBC aka The Hotties posted at 9:58 PM
Karen Jo posted at 1:03 AM
We are still purring hard for Precious Flower. It sure is a mystery and the suspense must be very hard on you. I hope you get a diagnosis soon and it is something easily taken care of.
Herman, Emma and Karen Jo
Fuzzy Tales posted at 1:46 AM
We're continuing to send our purrs and purrayers. Our mom knows how hard this is...she's sending you cyber hugs.
Jewel posted at 2:02 AM
Kizzie sends Purrs and hopes you are feeling better soon.
Hannah and Lucy posted at 4:20 AM
We are sorry that Precious is still at the vets - we are sending more purrs to her and hope they discover what's causing her problems and get her on the mend.
Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
3 kats and a kwiltr posted at 5:22 AM
Three sets of purr boxes going strong and mommy's got the prayer beads out...
Time creeps when you are waiting-we know!
Taz, Runt, Charles, and mommy, Anna, in IL
Bengal Trio - Luna, Zulu -n- Mercy posted at 6:31 AM
we'll keep purring!xoxo -Bengal Trio
The Tower Hill Mob posted at 8:34 AM
The waiting must be so hard... cuddle the other kitties all you can and know we are purring and praying for good results!
Toby, Cupcake and Mum
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