My new baby Zoe was doing the same thing a few weeks ago,and her get said she had parasites,bcuz I thought she had worms,butt definitely ask your get to run a check ✔on his stool sample.
Hi FM, just checking on Hunter. How's he doing?
The normal stool is an encouraging sign. I think that eating or not; if either the antib or de-worming wasn't helping, the diarrhea would of continued to be severe. And you're doing a great job getting him to eat, too, as I know you're not a novice in dealing with a sick kitty. I only asked about the treats to make sure they weren't 'Temptations' or something. That product did a number on Jade's tummy when she was alive. The de-worming can affect kitties appetite as well.
Hopefully by tomorrow Hunter will begin to feel more like himself.
Keep us updated. xo
Hey FM...was the vet able to take a stool sample to test for parasites? I know he's indoor, but I believe you take him outside on leash, right?
Besides Hunter's lack of appetite...which can be due to the antibiotic for sure...has the diarrhea gotten any better since the first incident 3 days ago?
The main thing right now, is to get him eating more. Annie gave you good advice. Btw, are the 'treats' the freeze dried salmon?
You might try some Gerber Baby Rice (which comes as a flaky powder) or Gerber Baby Oatmeal, mixed with something that will be palatable to him, like sardine oil or mashed salmon. The idea would be to give him something that would block him up. Kitties sometimes get constipation from rice.