It depends on what type of cancer it is and what the vet thinks. There isn't much advice we can give you before we know more, and when you know more, your vet will have a treatment plan or at least advice to give.
I hope things turn out okay for your kitty. For now, love her, give her good supportive nutrition and plenty of pettings. My thoughts will be with you.View Thread
I would be worried too. Parvovirus can be really nasty. Follow the directions from your vet, but you are right, he needs calories to help his body fight the infection. If he's still drinking, perhaps try him on some homemade unsalted chicken broth. Even a little sugar water. Stay away from milk or cheese, but keep him hydrated try to get at least something down him. Also, call your vet back for suggestions.View Thread
Tips to get rid of urine smell. A lot depends on whether you can move the rug or not. If you can't move the rug, I've heard some peole have had luck with vinegar. I've had good luck with enzymatic cleaners, there's a pretty cheap one you can get at pet stores.
If you can move the rug, you could try a baking soda paste, and afterwards let it sit out in the sun for a day. That can help knick down odors.View Thread
Diatomaceous earth sprinkled in your carpet will help dry out the fleas and kill the eggs. You could use some of that herbal flea spray in her bedding and on her clothes, the kind made with oil from marigolds. That should be gentle enough. Don't forget to wash all the bedding on hot, and you may want to put some kind of plastic slipcover on the mattress so that any fleas hiding in there can't get out. And you might want to feed her garlic, sometimes it can make people less tasty to bugs, but it depends on the bug.
Cats can get allergies, and anything with a nose might sneeze if there's a bit extra dust, especially new attic dust. Keep in mind that your kitty is on the floor, where it's dustier, and is probably sniffing all the new stuff. I wouldn't be worried unless the nose gets really stuffy and the mucus gets extreme. She's probably breathing through her mouth because her nose is stuffy. My calico does the same thing.View Thread
Not sure about interactions because I'm not a pharmacist, but I've had really good luck with Cosequin. There is a version of that for dogs and you can get it on Amazon and other places for a fairly reasonable price. My eight year old cat who had a broken leg in kittenhood, and ongoing stiffness and tenderness in the joint, started frisking around within about a month of starting it.View Thread