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Old 12-16-2011, 11:21 AM
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Default Uuuggghh tummy troubles

Keeva has me kind of freaked... This is the deal:

Yesterday, her AM poop was runny. PM poop was, as I like to call it, "firehose butt". I gave her some brown rice with canned pumpkin.

Last night, she woke me up at 2 and 4 to go out and had more squirty poop. The 4 am poop was a little better - not total liquid.

Then, at around 6, she vomited - all bile except for one large, firm chunk of something I can't identify. (I saved in case we end up at the vets, it's white, bigger than a quarter, and sort of spongy yet firm.) The only thing I can think of is that it's a chunk of cartilage from the RMB I gave her two days ago.

She vomited a bit more bile this morning, but had a slightly firmer poop than before when I let her out. I thought she was getting better, but then when I fed her a little more rice and pumpkin like 1/2 an hour ago, she vomited it up almost immediately.

She is acting 100% normal otherwise, super appetite, same toy drive, still crazy (she's harassing the cat right now), bright eyed, etc. When she doesn't feel well, her haws go WAY up, and her eyes look normal atm.

She is still drinking, and peeing, is not dehydrated. The refill time on her gums is good.

Does it sound like a blockage? Macky once slammed back a whole drumstick and had to get it cut out (*facepalm*) but she was immediately uncomfortable - panting, drooling, no appetite, the whole shebang. Keeva no behavioral changes what so ever, and every description of a blockage you read always says they'll be lethargic and anorexic.

I have work today, so I'm gonna bring her but keep her crated so I can check on her.


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