Her blood work and X-rays showed nothing. He did not vomit after this but it still very lethargic. Add a comment to Tom's experience. My kitten is 25 weeks sudden lethargy in cats. She did eat a little bit of it, but not very much. He is a very playful cat seeing him like this is heartbreaking. Medication Used Clavamox antibiotic- oral.
Oscar - Age: 23
Price - 78$
Different vet in beginning of June, said she's full of fluid, can't tell if it's the liver, her hardened kidneys, or heart, but assume it's a cancerous tumor that burst and I should put her down!? Lethargy is a vague symptom at best and may be caused by just about any conditions affecting cats; it may be that she is recovering still from a previous illness but we would expect to see some improvement day to day. I need help with any direction.
Add a comment to Merida's experience. He's about two years old.
Lethargy in Cats
Some cat emergencies come on suddenly and are overt, but others start off Profound lethargy often manifests as “not moving,” hiding in one. Lethargy is a lack of energy and inactivity beyond what is normal. We look at the causes, symptoms and treatment of lethargy in cats. Is your cat lethargic, or seems to lack energy and spunk? Does your cat refuse to eat or drink? Do you just know that your cat is not acting normally? For example.
Murphy - Age: 28
Price - 55$
The next morning the vet informed me that he was back to normal and if the day went well that I could take him home.
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Could it be severe depression? Rated as Moderate Condition. He wont eat from his bottle or anything. Urinalysis and blood tests to check blood count and look for factors that would indicate illness, bacterial infections, and viral infections Fecal sample to check for parasites Ultrasound to reveal abnormalities in organs or tumors Chest x-ray to reveal tumors or fluid buildup Diabetes test FIV and FELV tests Heartworm tests. He is sleeping more than usual.
Jazz - Age: 28
Price - 133$
We also recently took on a very sweet outdoor cat. If Bruce continues to play and act normally otherwise, and his diarrhea is resolving, you may be okay watching him for a few days to make sure that he starts to have normal bowel movements. Excessive Potassium in the Blood.
But knowing how to recognize the most common conditions affecting cats, is the first step. shows aggressive and jittery behavior, suddenly seems hyperactive, vomits thirst and peeing, peeing outside the litter box, lethargy and depression. Lethargy can be a sign of a more serious problem for cats. rough breathing, bluish discoloration in the nailbeds and foot pads, and sudden heart failure. Some cat emergencies come on suddenly and are overt, but others start off Profound lethargy often manifests as “not moving,” hiding in one.