I brought my cat to the vet on friday because, my cat wasn't moving around at all and was really hot. The vet said he was biten and gave him antibiotic shot. He is still not eating, moving and now he is walking in circles and throwing up foam.... What do I do????
You should take him back to the vet. Frankly, I'd take him to a different vet to be safe. It sounds like your cat is running a high fever, but the question is what's causing it? Was it a transferable illness? The vet should really have provided more instructions and information...done tests...explained why he wasn't doing tests...etc...
Whatever is going on, it sounds like more than a simple cat bite. Also, there should have been a course of oral antibiotic prescribed. I may be wrong (as I don't have all the information) but something isn't adding up.
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