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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Yea, was hoping for more of a break from the bun issues

    She's eaten her breakfast pellets, which is good, but she's not drinking really, Idk whether to syringe her some water, offer her something in some water that smells and tastes nice or just wait til vet sees her tbh

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    Does she have a sipper bottle or a bowl to drink from ? If a bottle try offering her a bowl of water. If she usually has a bowl try offering her luke warm water rather than cold xx


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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Yea, was hoping for more of a break from the bun issues

    She's eaten her breakfast pellets, which is good, but she's not drinking really, Idk whether to syringe her some water, offer her something in some water that smells and tastes nice or just wait til vet sees her tbh

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    It wouldn't do any harm to offer her something in the water (a bit of whizzed up apple?) to encourage drinking/hydration. You can also ask the vet about fluids when you get there. That can help sometimes help but doesn't always make a difference.

    Good luck xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    It wouldn't do any harm to offer her something in the water (a bit of whizzed up apple?) to encourage drinking/hydration. You can also ask the vet about fluids when you get there. That can help sometimes help but doesn't always make a difference.

    Good luck xx
    I just tried literally that as apple is her favourite... But no it got a shove with her nose and she wasn't impressed she just ate some extremely wet parsley tho which is good x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    I just tried literally that as apple is her favourite... But no it got a shove with her nose and she wasn't impressed she just ate some extremely wet parsley tho which is good x

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    Jeez what a fussytops! Guess the vet will have to work his magic then ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Jeez what a fussytops! Guess the vet will have to work his magic then ...
    Yea Clementine and Atticus are far easier to deal with.

    Sticks just arrived earlier apparently, so I just gave her one and she's chewing it... So how likely is it that her teeth are in pain? x

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    Hope she is drinking better

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    So she has gas againnn, poor thing

    Blood glucose level high, did xray no blockage, saw gas was in colon so apparently that's good and it means its moving?

    On cisapride and loxicom and syringing water every 6 hours as she literally won't drink (vet thinks this is weird - anyone have this issue?) changed her litter tray again so can monitor her output still, and just gunna see how she is tomorrow and if no better have to take her back x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    So she has gas againnn, poor thing

    Blood glucose level high, did xray no blockage, saw gas was in colon so apparently that's good and it means its moving?

    On cisapride and loxicom and syringing water every 6 hours as she literally won't drink (vet thinks this is weird - anyone have this issue?) changed her litter tray again so can monitor her output still, and just gunna see how she is tomorrow and if no better have to take her back x

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    Fingers crossed for her Grace.

    Is she on Infacol as well?

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    Poor Fleur I hope she soon feels a lot better with the medication.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Fingers crossed for her Grace.

    Is she on Infacol as well?
    No I haven't given her any, it did help last time

    She's very 'sad' and quiet and her ears are chilly just given her snugglesafes x

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