my 10 yr old male cat has been diagnosed with feline pancreatitis. I have been feeding him smaller portions of low fiber high protein food many times per day. He is eating well and drinking plenty of water. His vomiting had become much less, but I am noticing that occassionally he may vomit up a blood tinged liquid/no food in it.
is this to be expected with this condition?
im sorry to read abt your dear kitty...I really don't know much abt pancreatitis so I will give you links to a couple sites that may answer the questions you have...when in any doubt please contact your Veterinarian. pancreatitis is a very painful condition I certainly hope your kitty is on a good pain medication.
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