My wife and I lost 2 cats to aggressive lymphoma, Kestrel in June 2012 and Hildiekatt in June 2014. They were sisters from different litters, Kessie being the elder. Once diagnosed, all we could offer was palliative care, helping them be as comfortable as possible until they let us know it was time to go.
Vet confirmed lymphoma. Treatment (I assume palliative) is oral solution of prednisone. However, this makes my cat foam at the mouth a drool.
After two doses of Prednisone, Adam is now struggling when I attempt to administer it. I'm concerned that he will bite or scratch me or even hurt himself with his vigorous twisting. Is it worth it to put Adam and myself through that? He also meows pitifully at the cellar door. I think he wants to go down there to "do his business", but I don't want him to do it there. I have not seen him in the litter box lately, but I did find a "pile" on the living room rug when I vacuumed. Why is he now wanting to go in the cellar and not using the litter box?