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Question by redontheheaddeblildeb
Submitted on 8/1/2003
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   I'm not entirely sure if I'm at the right site or not, but here goes:  I have 3 domestic long haired domestic male cats.  They are all neutered and approximately four years old.  They are all from the same litter too.  I recently had to take one of them to the vet because of a urinary tract infection and the vet drained his bladder and put him on antibiotics. He's not had any more problems.  
   However, I've been noticing recently that one of them has blood in the stool.  I cannot really afford another vet bill, either.  Can anyone offer any suggestions or help?  
      Thank you
   Also I should maybe mention I recently lost their father about 3 months ago, from a urinary tract infection.


Answer by kara
Submitted on 6/9/2004
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my cat is a male neutered.  He is drinking and eating he is not eating like he use to though.  he acts funny he just lays around now he had long fur and it looks awful it looks like i have taken a brush and combed backwards.  how do i know he is dehydrated

 

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