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The litter tray

Am I being ridiculous or is it time to let FABCat go?

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fabwoman · 27/02/2012 10:03

Just discovered she has weed in an empty plastic tray under the stairs - at least she is trying to do it in an okay place. She is 17, has several illnesses but to me still has quality of life as she still plays and is clever enough to hide behind the sofa when she has sneaked back in or make me move stuff off the bed so she can sleep in the sun. She has been weeing in the wrong places for several weeks now. She has access to a big garden and hasn't had a litter tray for years except for when she had to be kept in, but she doesn't like them.

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fabwoman · 22/03/2012 13:48

I have realised she sprayed and weed though the holes as there was also wee on the floor.

The appointment isn't until 6 tonight. She has just plonked herself on me for a while and then bit me when she had had enough strokes.

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ripsishere · 22/03/2012 16:33

She sounds confused to me. Obviously I am not a vet, nor a cat psychiatrist but she does seem a bit disorientated.

fabwoman · 22/03/2012 19:22

That doesn't sound so good.

She totally disgraced herself at the vet. She hissed at him twice and then growled to make sure he had got the message. Then she wouldn't walk when we wanted her too and just sat down Hmm and when it was time to go she wouldn't get back in her case and growled at the vet when he tried to gently push her in.

She has new morphine type oral meds to try and I have to watch her in case it sends her a bit mad. Not sure we will notice Grin.

She can't have her teeth sorted - she has gingivitis - as the GA would bring on complete kidney failure.

She is now upstairs guarding DS2.

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Jux · 22/03/2012 20:08

I always knew cats kept the monsters away; and to think that dd didn't believe meShock!!!

fabwoman · 22/03/2012 20:56

I have to watch to make sure she doesn't start limping.

Bit nervous about giving her the new meds tomorrow.

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Jux · 26/03/2012 19:57

How's she been then? Are the new meds OK?

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