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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Not eaten anything herself, or drank she's kinda accepting them I've been adding loads of water to it more than normal so she's getting fluids gunna give her loxicom now too x

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    This may be why there aren't many faeces. Adding more water to it means she'll need to have a larger amount to gain the fibers to produce faeces.

    A check up is still worth it this AM just incase something else is going on. She may just need a little boost to get her eating by herself with the gut meds.

    I'm annoyed the vet allowed her to go home if she wasn't nibbling on food and producing a few pellets. Even at our nonsavvy practice we would keep them until they were nibbling and passing faeces - even if it meant transferring them overnight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daphnephoebe View Post
    This may be why there aren't many faeces. Adding more water to it means she'll need to have a larger amount to gain the fibers to produce faeces.

    A check up is still worth it this AM just incase something else is going on. She may just need a little boost to get her eating by herself with the gut meds.

    I'm annoyed the vet allowed her to go home if she wasn't nibbling on food and producing a few pellets. Even at our nonsavvy practice we would keep them until they were nibbling and passing faeces - even if it meant transferring them overnight.

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    They weren't all wet at first just as I realised she wasn't drinking anything overnight either yea it's not great tbh definitely calling at 9 - she starts crying everytime I have to touch her and hides under things feel so awful hopefully painkiller helps if there's any pain.

    They did this with my boy too he wasn't eating anything and they let him come home had issues with him eating butttttt he started pooping a few hours after he got home x

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    I hope she is feeling better soon hopefully the painkiller will help. sending lots of vibes for her xx

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    Sending lots of vibes for Fleur. I'm also hoping that the pain relief will help her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    They weren't all wet at first just as I realised she wasn't drinking anything overnight either yea it's not great tbh definitely calling at 9 - she starts crying everytime I have to touch her and hides under things feel so awful hopefully painkiller helps if there's any pain.

    They did this with my boy too he wasn't eating anything and they let him come home had issues with him eating butttttt he started pooping a few hours after he got home x

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    Did she have Ketamine as part of her GA ?

    I hope that additional treatment from the Vet this morning will help her to feel alot more comfortable x



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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    They weren't all wet at first just as I realised she wasn't drinking anything overnight either yea it's not great tbh definitely calling at 9 - she starts crying everytime I have to touch her and hides under things feel so awful hopefully painkiller helps if there's any pain.

    They did this with my boy too he wasn't eating anything and they let him come home had issues with him eating butttttt he started pooping a few hours after he got home x

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    I hope you get on OK at the vet Grace. The crying is sometimes a sign of annoyance and possibly pain.

    Some vets do let them home asap, because they feel they will recover and eat better in a home environment.

    I think you're doing well - more vibes being sent xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    They weren't all wet at first just as I realised she wasn't drinking anything overnight either yea it's not great tbh definitely calling at 9 - she starts crying everytime I have to touch her and hides under things feel so awful hopefully painkiller helps if there's any pain.

    They did this with my boy too he wasn't eating anything and they let him come home had issues with him eating butttttt he started pooping a few hours after he got home x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Did she have Ketamine as part of her GA ?

    I hope that additional treatment from the Vet this morning will help her to feel alot more comfortable x
    Yes that's what they use there

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    Okay so there are more poos!! And she's eaten one piece of hay going for the small victories here. Rang vets got an appointment this morning, unfortunately not with William but apparently the other vet I'm seeing is an exotic specialist so hopefully it'll be okay. Even though there's more poops I just want her looked at to be honest and some Emeprid for my own sanity - she's not crying as much though and seems more calm. We are both very sleepy haha xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Okay so there are more poos!! And she's eaten one piece of hay going for the small victories here. Rang vets got an appointment this morning, unfortunately not with William but apparently the other vet I'm seeing is an exotic specialist so hopefully it'll be okay. Even though there's more poops I just want her looked at to be honest and some Emeprid for my own sanity - she's not crying as much though and seems more calm. We are both very sleepy haha xx

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    Glad there are more being passed now. The pain relief is obviously doing its trick now x

    Let us know how she gets on but I think you're not going in the right direction.

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