I adopted a cat from a private home and we have had her for over a month. I noticed two days ago that she was losing her hair on her back on the left side. I did not see any crusty patches or irritation it was just bald. My daughter woke up this morning to patches of fur on the floor. The cat is now losing the hair in the same place on the right side. Again there is no crusty patches under the hair or irritation. I was wondering if this could be an allergy to the food we changed her to. We just finished completely transferring her to the new food after gradually adding it to her other food. Please help me with my balding kitty!!!View Thread
My senior Aussie girl was acting strangely last night so I took her to the vet after hours. After a eye stain test and pressure test she was diagnosed as having primary glaucoma. I have her on eye drops and pain meds at the moment. I'm wondering what else is out there for her. The vet told me laser surgery but honestly my family can't afford that. The vet told me that the eye drops do not work as well for animals as they do humans. Is there anyone out there that can direct me to something that will work for her? I am currently under going treatment for breast cancer and that strain on my family is more than enough. Thank you!View Thread
My cat threw up a hairball last night and then began sneezing. She sneezed alot for quite a while. Today she seems fine other than when she breathes she winces. I was thinking something happened when she sneezed so much. I don't hear anything when she breathes like anything in her nose.View Thread
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