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madcatladyforever Sun 07-Jun-20 01:24:16

My 19 year old much loved kitty girl is doing really well. Eating, drinking. No health problems at all. Has had recent check up.
She has been so clingy today I haven't been able to do anything so I've given up and I've just spent the day cuddling her.
She's purring loads and kneading but I can't do anything.
I went to the loo earlier and she was wailing.
She's now snoozing on my lap perfectly happy. I'm hoping it's just an elderly deaf cat neurotic day and nothing else.

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Tavannach Sun 07-Jun-20 01:28:37

I'm sorry but I think you should run this past your vet. Purring can be a sign of pain. I hope she's okay.

Aquamarine1029 Sun 07-Jun-20 01:34:17

Purring can be a sign of pain, especially in an elderly cat. Your cat is 19, so you have to be prepared that her health is declining. I'm sorry.

Fluffycloudland77 Sun 07-Jun-20 10:08:24

Pets at home vets used to be open sundays.

NoMoreFlowers Sun 07-Jun-20 12:48:52

I’d suggest ringing your vet for advice

madcatladyforever Sun 07-Jun-20 13:31:45

I've got her booked in for tomorrow. Today she's completely back to normal, off roaming the garden and doing her usual cat routine things. I'm wondering if she just had a tummy ache yesterday, she is prone to buts of diarrhoea.

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TheHighestSardine Sun 07-Jun-20 13:44:56

Glad she's perked up. A sudden change to needing comfort like that is not a good sign, hopefully just guts as you say.

madcatladyforever Sun 07-Jun-20 17:02:48

Thanks, well she was disembowelling her catnip banana earlier with her back legs going like the clappers grin so I reckon she's ok, I'll take her the vets tomorrow anyway for a check up.

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