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 Post subject: Re: Soft poop
PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2015 8:51 am 
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Indiya is still upset with me for taking her to vet's annual check up , she hates car rides and very scared at the vets despite all our efforts to make it more comfortable for her.

She would allow me to stroke her from time to time, but she would not come upstairs to see me like she used to... ((



can i not take her to vets anymore ?
i fear those trips do change her personality ...
heartbroken ((

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 Post subject: Re: Soft poop
PostPosted: Thu May 14, 2015 11:12 pm 
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New foods arrived and to my surprise is a success with both of them.
We started on katovit sensitive for the moment.
Feringa is good too .

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 Post subject: Re: Soft poop
PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2015 9:38 am 
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That's great news! I might try them when they decide they've gone off what I'm feeding them at the moment!

How is Indiya now? Is she talking to you again?

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 Post subject: Re: Soft poop
PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2015 12:58 pm 
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Tabitha wrote:
That's great news! I might try them when they decide they've gone off what I'm feeding them at the moment!

How is Indiya now? Is she talking to you again?

Coming around now,took her 4-5 days plus lot of attention from daddy to turn this around. Came to watch tv with us first time last night , thats day 6 after vet visit.
I think im going to bring vets to her now, no travel for her any more.
She scared me with her reaction a lot.

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 Post subject: Re: Soft poop
PostPosted: Sat Jun 06, 2015 12:18 am 
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My boy had TF and campylobacter when I got him as a kitten, I treated him. He's about a year old now and still has little spells of diarrhea (it's about 2 days bad, 7 days good) and it never stopped smelling nasty (compared to my other cat that has little hard dry poops that don't smell). I treated him with two courses before they met (despite the recommendation that multiple courses dont help TF).

The reason I mention it is because the only food that agrees with him is Royal Canin RX PR (potato rabbit). I've tried every other food in the world including other limited ingredient rabbit ones, they ALL give him diarrhea even a half of a teaspoon of any other food in his food. It reminded me of you because of the RC and because I feed him about 75% dry and 25% wet.

Anyway I also wish I could get him always solid, but either some damage was permanent or the TF is still there but hiding (He's had 3 full pcr's come back okay now and 1 TF only from the jody gookin site and my other cat has never had diarrhea or tested pos for tf since theyve been together). I really dont know. Anyway I guess the RC dry diet resonated with me... good luck i hope you get it solved. Mine has gotten better with dealing with his soft poops but he still steps in it once a month or so which is just.... the worst.

The funny thing is even though he tested negative, wheni gave him the second course of ronidazole it cleared up completely including the slightly bad smell for several weeks. It made me wonder if some bengals are getting treated and showing okay on tests before they go out, but really still carrying a small amount of the parasite deep in some crevice... enough to give them diarrhea and inflammation (not that I'm accusing your breeder of doing that/hiding tf, it just made me wonder if it happens).


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