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PostPosted: Mon Mar 06, 2017 7:17 am 
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She's 12 weeks, and got spayed last week. I took her home 2 days ago. She won't eat or drink, and just keep sleeping all the time, and she poop once, it was really pale yellow brown liquish stool, no smells.
She was fed raw diet. Purebred SBT.
She does play just a bit, but only for a mins, and goes back to sleep.

I have a cat at home too, and I did seperate them in different room, since my other cat seems be agreesive on her.

Can anyone giving me advice? Is she just need to adjust to new home, or she just sick?

Thanks!


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 7:53 am 
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please I really really need some help!
She's not eating, but start to drinking now!
For how long can a kitten survive without taking food?


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:28 am 
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Coming to a new home can be very stressful for a young kitten, not least if there is another cat already there and not happy at the newcomer. You have done the right thing by separating them out - the new kitten should be kept in its own room and introduced gradually over a week or so to the other cat.

You need to take the kitten to the vet and get her checked out. You should do this as soon as you get your kitten anyway, but at this age, not eating, being tired and liquid stools need looking at as a matter of priority.


Good luck and keep us informed on how you get on.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 7:16 pm 
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A cat not eating is a medical emergency. Please get her to a vet ASAP. Cats can deteriorate rapidly when they stop eating.


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:09 pm 
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Definitely get to a vet immediately. Especially after a spay... Poor baby. Poor you all.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 12:20 am 
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Good news! As soon as I made her raw diet, she immediately BARKS for the food!!!
Verrrry good appetite!

My old cat seems curious on my Haku, still aggressive, but then it is soften then before. They won't play together, but they're okay to share the same space.


Haku's breeder has send me her medicine, to help the stool problem.

I think the only problem now is she's still not energetic as what I know bengals are.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 2:06 am 
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Arikah wrote:
Good news! As soon as I made her raw diet, she immediately BARKS for the food!!!
Verrrry good appetite!

My old cat seems curious on my Haku, still aggressive, but then it is soften then before. They won't play together, but they're okay to share the same space.


Haku's breeder has send me her medicine, to help the stool problem.

I think the only problem now is she's still not energetic as what I know bengals are.


Ok, but you've still got a sick kitty on your hands from the sound of it. And the stool problem also needs looking into. Many many new Bengal owners bring their Bengal home only to find that he/she has a parasite, which can be the cause of such tummy problems. Your kitten really does need a trip to the vet, pronto.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 3:02 am 
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Do you guys hunk it is ok to feed her raw diet after her parasite has been treated?


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 8:59 am 
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I am glad to hear that things have improved.

What to feed her long term comes second to taking her to the vet and getting her checked over.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 08, 2017 5:59 pm 
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Anytime a kitty does not eat, it's a problem that you don't want to continue. Happy to hear a raw diet has improved that. Just make sure you are feeling her a completely nutritious diet or giving her a supplement for the taurine and calcium she requires. I always recommend a new bengal owner take the kitten to the vet for a checkup and to start a medical record on the kitty. I hope your breeder wasn't assuming your baby had a parasite. You never give a kitten medication that they may not need for a condition they may not have. The best source is a stool sample being checked by the vet.

It is very common for new kittens to get diarrhea due to stress in coming to a new home. The fact that your baby JUST was spayed is another thing -- so much going on with her at one time. Leaving mom and siblings, the surgery, new home -- how overwhelming could that be? Hopefully, she will settle in and things will get better for you. Be patient. These little ones go at their own pace and cannot be rushed. Hang in there.


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