More To Come......
What a beautiful kitty. Hope the vomiting hasn't continued ... pretty yucky stuff, isn't it. Poor baby, it's not nice when they don't feel well.
Take care, Meow
Oh! Poor lovely Sweetie! He is truly a sweetie boy! I am glad he is feel better!
Sweetie is certainly appropriately named! Gosh, is he ever sweet! And I sure hope his tummy feels better soon. My Foster had the same episodes this morning and I can tell he isn't feeling up to par. Wonder if they've been getting into holiday stuff? (like kitty egg nog?)
How sweet Sweety looks in his sleep ! Poor boy, hairballs are something ! Old Lisa threws up quite often and especially in places where she can be sure you will walk in ! It's very nice when you stumble out of your bed and forgot to put your houseshoes on ! He, he, cats are fun !
Aw, poor thing. I hope he's feeling more himself again now.
I have to often clean up such messes as my poor cat is ill fairly regularly. He is 17 years old and is on a special diet and daily medication to support his kidneys. He still has great quality of life though and does not look or act his age!
I always find it sweet the way they head for their 'safe' favourite places and come to us for comfort the way Sweetie did with you!
Awww.. poor baby!
I hate when they get sick like that.. and with 9 cats here I am always cleaning up hairballs!
I hope she's feeling better today..
I hope Sweetie is better. Of our seven only one actually likes the flavored hairball medicine, and he,of course is the only one who doesn't need it.
Miss Scarlett sends her best regards.
You probably already know about this but I'll mention it anyway! When my cat would get hairballs, I'd smear Vaseline on his feet so he'd lick it off. Helped the hairball come out easier.
Get well soon Puss!
oh! i hate when the kitties get sick, it hurts my heart. my poor littlest one has a cold, he sneezes and sneezes. sounds like one of those dog squeaky toys and he looks so startled that he sounds like that. poor thing.
What a beautiful cat. We switched our cats-- at least trying it out-- to a food that cuts down on throwing up from hair balls. So far so good. My daughter had discovered it and it helped her cats also.
Oh, poor Sweetie. They do have those hairball problems. Ick!! He looks so peaceful and adorable in the pictures. He is so pretty!!
Oh no my poor little cousin Kitty, glad I didn't have to clean up the ick lol.
I can't believe how pretty he is. Really! And I loved your stamps....how fun! When Sugarbear was little, I had a Visa card with his picture on the front, it was so fun to use it and see peoples reactions.
Oh, I hope he is feeling better! Charlie gets like that sometimes - he has long fur too (I think it's furballs) - and he does feel very sorry for himself afterwards.
Your little sweetie is just so pretty, I can't get over it!!!
The poor baby! Please give him a tummy scratch for me and tell him I hope he feels better soon.
AW, I hope your sweet kitty feels better soon. I just hate when my babies get sick. They can't tell ya where it hurts or anything.
Naomi, thanks for the visit. Of course, I would love to fly to LA and decorate for you! It just takes money - and I have none left - LOL.
Sweetie is just adorable. She's beautiful. I love her hair. I love the way she is sleeping at the foot of the bed. She looks so comfortable.
I love it when they roll their little heads in....such a sweet pose. Sorry Sweetie is feeling poorly...I hate it when the fur balls come. It seems they gag for days!
Poor 'Mister'... :-(
Pandora is throwing up a lot as she gets older, mostly spit and hairballs. Occasionally she eats too fast or Charlie upsets her and her entire undigested dinner can come up again.
But she knows sleep is the best medicine. Cats know best!
Charlie is very rarely sick, probably because he eats almost all dry food and very little wet food, so that keeps his hairballs to a minimum - amazing considering his extreme fluffiness..!!
Hope kitty is better today.
Cute little thing.
What a beautiful kitty! I hope he's feeling better soon. It must be in the air, one of mine was the same way yesterday.
we have a feral kitten that we feed and take care of...but we can't let her inside b/c of my hubby's allergies......i miss having a lapcat to snuggle with in the wintertime!
Hope Sweetie is feeling much better now...
You can actually teach your cat to leave hairballs in the cat box. Just pick them up and put them there, and show your cat. Even if they come up elsewhere, your cat will often take the hairball to the box. You can also minimize fur balls by petting your cat EVERY DAY while wearing latex surgical gloves. Groom from little pink nose to tail, then chest and underparts. This dislodges hairs ready to come out better than brushing, and keeps dander on the glove instead of in the air. It also distributes natural oils and removes excess which discourages matting. My vet says cats love it because it feels like another cat's tongue. It also gives you a chance to check for scrapes, skin irritation etc. This is indeed a labor of love for cataholics.
It's allways like a drama the result of hairball eating. And when you look at the cat's face, I can see a mixture of fear and release.
IT'S LIKE GIVING BIRTH TO A HAIR BALL....AND THEN THERE'S THE AFTER BIRTH PAINS.
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