Very sad, I am afraid that I might lose my cat. I have had her for 17 years. She has traveled with me all over the U.S. She isn't well.
A couple of weeks ago I awoke in the middle of the night and she had stopped breathing (she sleeps with me), I blew into her mouth and she came back. I took her to the Vet the following Mon. and he gave her an antibiotic shot, it's been well over a week now and she hasn't improved.
She isn't eating and barely drinking. I have been giving her everything under the sun to entice her, she takes a couple of licks and that's all.
She has become very weak, I can tell when she walks a few feet she becomes tired. I am afraid her heart is giving out on her, that is probably what was wrong in the first place. I simply can't afford a lot of testing and so forth.
Anyway, I am having a rough time handling this, not sleeping because I keep my eye on her, loss of appetite, same as her. I love her dearly. She's my little partner.
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