Username (email) Password

Buy Pet Meds and Vet Products Online

Showing selected Question and Answer

Major worries with Midnight.

Species: cat | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 17 July 2009 02:02PM | viewed 80484 times
Q Alan asks about Midnight (cat - Common shorthair, M) :

My kitten (unfortunately I have forgotten its DOB) has had major issues. It started yesterday evening when he was in his bed. I went over to fuss it and I noticed a horrible, frothy drool. Just a few minutes after it started growling and meowing (as if in pain) and running in circles. He then proceeded to have a fit and started rolling on the floor twitching. He has vomited once and seems to be partially blind. His hearing has increased immensely and he heard me sneeze upstairs, making him go into another fit. It has not eaten anything and his mother also attempted to kill him (which is unlike her). His eyes are completely dilated and even picking him up and putting him near the light the pupil stays the same size. I linked up these symptoms to find poisoning. He may have gotten into the kitchen cupboard. I already know he will not survive for long and putting him to sleep seems my only option (I hate to see animals in pain), but is there anyway to make him feel better?

Q Our vet says: Your kitten needs urgent attention, call your vet and ask for an appointment. While you are waiting to see your vet keep your kitten quiet and warm.

Answers to Your Pet Healthcare Questions

Link to ask vet a question
Showing similar questions and answers in this category

Similar pet healthcare questions asked and answered online by our vet


Gallbladder stone

Excessive drinking whilst on felimazole

Cat keeps shaking his head & tongue around

Laser Surgery for Stenotic Nares (Persian Cats)

Cat's neck swollen

Showing 1 to 6 of 6 found
checkout using paypal

Questions and Answers from our online vet

Your Pet Questions Answered by our Online Vet

Loss of weight

Darren asks: I have a 8 year old labrador who was struggling to urinate, after a visit to my vet he ... view


Kim asks: Can I put Frontline or a cheaper brand of flea drops on my nursing dog? ... view


FitsClaire asks: I came to home to find my dog in the middle of a fit. He had extremely fast breathing ... view

dog has trouble with legs, is wobbly, and vomits

Jillian asks: My 7 year old Shih Tzu has symptoms such as leg trouble, wobbliness, and vomiting. When she walks ... view

Ocular ulcer in my Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Ocular ulcer in my Staffordshire Bull TerrierTara-michele asks: My Staffordshire Bull Terrier has been getting recurring ocular ulcers for the past two years. She has had ... view

Skin problem on snake

Asha asks: The skin on my royal python's belly is dry, brown and flakey and seems to be dead. ... view

Bad breath

Mandy asks: Tommy is approx 12 years old. He has lost a couple of teeth and his breath really smells. When ... view

Upset stomach

Bob asks: Bella has been treated with an antibiotic and kaolin paste, wormed and vaccinated all within the last 3 weeks. The ... view

Veterinary prescription medication

Vetgb supplies guaranteed UK licensed medication, dispensed to prescription by a UK veterinary surgeon. We also offer a range of non-prescription companion animal products including pet accessories, pet care and grooming products, specialist veterinary diets and supplements, herbal remedies, homeopathic and nutraceutical therapies, training and behavioural products, bedding and toys for your pet.

VetGB benefits:

  • Discounted prices
  • Fast delivery
  • Genuine UK approved products
  • Easy to use ordering system
  • Veterinary and pet care information
  • is owned and managed by a UK vet