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Thread: Fister's throat felt normal, the vet said

  1. #46
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    Oops, just found this thread....! Havne't visited the health section in ages......

    How is Fister doing now?? Is he still losing weight??

  2. #47
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    I spoke to the vet about B-vitamins, he discouraged it, since it can be harmful if he he gets too much.

    Fister is still pretty much the same, some days he will eat a little and some days hardly anything. I did give him some bits of raw calf liver, which he gobbled up right away, and he will mostly eat some of the Whiskas wet food, but only right after it has been opened. Have seen him a few times drinking from the Pet Mate, but very little.

    I may have to take him to the vet again, but this is not a good time, because it's freezing cold here.
    Randi



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  3. #48
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    Maybe some raw food would be a good idea? Liver has a lot of nutrients in it.

    It must be so frustrating that the vets don't know - even the ask-a-vet people on that radio show?

    I wonder if a pet psychic would be a good idea?
    "Be yourself. Everyone else is already taken." -Oscar Wilde

  4. #49
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    Well, it seems that he likes raw food and I know that Whiskas is junk food, but I'll give him anything he wants, just to make him eat. I'm glad to tell you that just an hour ago, after he's had a few slices of my steak (also raw), he went and had a little drink.

    Unfortunatly, Karen hasn't sent me the audio, yet, so I don't know what the vets said on that radio show.
    Randi



    "I don't know which weapons will be used in the third World war, but in the fourth, it will be sticks and stones" --- Albert Einstein.


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