Cats at home

Stitches has not had gum infections for some time… he looks well and happy and is also quite playful… but naughty – see those marks at his nose and Damy has a big wound at his tail… wonder who did that!

Damy grooming Ike! Strange… all the orange-white cats get along well with each other.

Nush has gum infection again and is not eating… giving prednisolone and syringe-feeding her.

The wound at Damy’s tail is already drying up… but getting some powder on it is not easy… he cannot keep still for a second.

Worse with Lora… have to wait for her to stretch out her leg and then quickly sprinkle some powder all over hoping some of it will get into the wound, but she takes the antibiotics mixed in her food… no problem!

Muddy won’t… he smells a rat when there is something in his food… but he doesn’t mind taking the meds by syringe.

Dawn is now sneezing but her appetite is back.

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  1. I am fostering a cat named Hank and he has Feline Stomatitis which is what I think Stitches has? Hank had teeth extracted but still gets inflammation and that causes drooling, he is also taking steroid injections but still drools at times but is doing well now. Is that what Stitches has?

  2. Yes, that’s it… and Nushi get’s it, too. I try to delay the steroid injections… but if it’s bad then no choice. Chinese herbs give some relieve but not lasting. Hank is probably doing better now because less stress and better care and nutrition. Hank looks cute… hope he finds a home soon 🙂

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