Actually Rudy is eatting and drinking like crazy! He has all along, as soon as i put his food on a plate instead of a bowl. i discovered it by accident when i put a few pieces of dry on the floor in front of him...and he ate all. he's been on antibiotics 3 days and started to seem better but then today he is kinda groggy acting. i noticed him just start itching his ears ( he didnt b4) i took some brownish gunk out that i dont think are mites (have seen them b4). he loves to have ears cleaned! it must feel great to itch inside.wondering if its a yeast infection cus he has seasonal allergies. i have a call into vet #2. thanks........ hes only been like this 1 week now and on meds 3 days(out of 14 day supply)....maybe more time
Could you tell me how long it took to show signs that your cat getting better with vestibular? Mine is really unsteady and falls to right and has been taking antibilotics cus they could'nt find anything else after all tests. hoping maybe this is it and he will be ok. im so worried. sp
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