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Thanks, Cathy. Nortie is a real character!
Love the pose Gail :-) So very very sorry to hear that he has been feeling under the weather!!!!!!! Hoping for the best :-)))))))))
Norton actually walked over to his food bowl and ate a few kibbles. I broiled a steak for dinner tonight for myself, so he had some nice treats, and wolfed them down. Thanks for the advice. I'll remember that. Also, pumpkin baby food is good for both constipation and diarrhea in dogs and cats. The fiber helps a lot.
Hello , so glad to hear Norton is rallying!! I had a very sick cat years ago, who had no appitite after he got a little better , a Vet Tech suggested giving him Strained Meat in a jar that human babys eat. I got a couple flavors went home and he loved it! I gave him a little at a time at first, soon he was back on his own food. I hope this helps. Thinking of you both, Jo :) :)
Great photo of Norton, Gail! Very interesting perspective and quite handsome!
Nortie is a most unusual cat, Lisa. He's truly one of a kind. I can't bear the thought of losing him right now. He still has so much life left in him. He's coming around little by little, but still not eating or drinking much. I hear after these kinds of episodes, if it was a seizure, appetites are the last thing to return.
He is such an elegant fellow - and looks rather Napoleonic in this shot :)