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Cats owned: moggie
Join Date: Jan 2015
Location: United Kingdom
Posts: 4
13-02-2015, 06:24 PM   #11

Re: Rehomed moggie


We have had a break through! Jasper has found the courage to go up the stairs, and as they are open plan has found they make a great playground. My OH has spent hours playing with jasper and is now considered a friend!
However, we still have the diarrhoea issue. He has had it for the whole 6 weeks we have had him. We have tried different foods, but no difference, including vet prescribed. I think we now have to go down the faeces sample route.



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Catsey Senior
 
Cats owned: 4 moggies and 1 ragdoll
Join Date: Feb 2014
Location: lancashire, UK
Posts: 806
13-02-2015, 07:00 PM   #12

Re: Rehomed moggie


Glad Jasper is getting bolder. He made need antibiotics if he has an infection. Big Fooze had to have them, he is now on Sanabelle Sensitive dry food and Cosma small tins of chicken. It's the first time he has had solid poo for nearly 2 years!! Hope Jasper gets better soon.



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