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jilllox
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posted 02-13-2004 11:42 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for jilllox     Edit/Delete Message
Funn,y just a few days ago I thought my cat was constipated, but after three days without a bowel movement, he did his thing.

This morning I noticed he had diarrhea overnight. This is the third time in three weeks. The first time was pretty bad and he vomitted also. I took a sample of the poo to the vet and it was fine. He told me to feed Henry some baby food and that did the trick.

Now I have no idea why he is having this again. Everything in his diet is the same. He eats heartily and is not lethargic at all.

What are your thoughts?

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cmr
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posted 02-13-2004 03:32 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for cmr     Edit/Delete Message
I've read that constipated kitties can actually pass a small amount of diarrhea. You might want to have it checked out. Do you see him straining in the box unable to go?

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