She was brought in by someone from the public because she had been living in…

She was brought in by someone from the public because she had been living in a church and they were going to have a wedding there. She is definitely an outdoor cat but she is super social and friendly. She is currently on Famotadine, Baytril, LRS and clavamox for URI. Her skin, ears, nose and gums have turned completely yellow.

I took her Saturday night. In a last ditch effort to save her life I bought 10 crickets from a local pet store and she ate all of them! She then showed some interest in stinky dry food so she’s been eating a bit of that (not enough to get better yet but about 1/4 cup in the past day.) I just want to know if there is anything else I could possibly try.

Thank you

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Anonymous
5 years ago

have you tried wet food yet?  that always got my sicky girl eating again if she went off her food.  

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Anonymous
5 years ago

oh. dang. uhhh.

maybe sodium-free chicken broth on the kibble?

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Anonymous
5 years ago

by that i mean homemade chicken stock – just chicken and maybe carrots/celery, no onions or salt.