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Re: The on-going ever-evolving process of feeding Mazy cat
« Reply #360 on: November 21, 2018, 02:13:02 PM »
Glad you both made it back home safely, and things went well.  Is Mazy cat speaking to you yet?   Silly7
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Re: The on-going ever-evolving process of feeding Mazy cat
« Reply #361 on: November 21, 2018, 03:20:39 PM »
Glad you both made it back home safely, and things went well.  Is Mazy cat speaking to you yet?   Silly7

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Actually she doesn't seem to hold a grudge when I take her to the vet.  I think she's just so grateful to be home. She's just annoyed with me now because I want her to poop, and for some unknown reason she is refusing to do it.  Her colon is loaded with poop (as the x rays showed lol), it's been 2 1/2 days since she's gone. Don't know what's she's waiting for.  Well she was probably waiting for a litter box with deeper litter, but she has that now, I did them while she was at the vet, but she still isn't going.  She had two small meals after coming home but I don't want to feed her any more until she goes, because it is likely to come right back up.

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