Cat Not Eating Much But Drinking. Unfortunately, cats have a tendency to hide their symptoms so it’s not easy to tell whether they are sick. We have tried baby food, expensive cat food, ham & turkey and the kitten replacement milk and she doesn't take much of any of it.
If your cat is acting normal but still isn’t eating much, our best answer is that your cat is stressed. See a vet if the symptoms take too long to go away. Her weight has dropped from about 13 pounds to 8.2 on saturday.
If Your Cat Is Acting Normal But Still Isn’t Eating Much, Our Best Answer Is That Your Cat Is Stressed.
Sadly, cats can also develop cancerous tumors in the mouth. Consequently, the effects of not drinking water will manifest sooner and have more dire consequences. If you see any redness, inflammation or bleeding of the gums or around teeth, there may be periodontal disease present.
Regardless Of The Reason, It's A Major Concern If Your Cat Stops Eating.
There is a good chance that your cat is sick. Will see vet only if in pain. Cats can be very picky eaters and if you have recently changed the type of food that you are feeding them, they may simply not like it.
There Could Be Several Reasons Why Your Cat Will Not Eat.
As this disease progresses, cats get pickier and don’t want to eat as much as they used to. I've not changed his brand or formula of food, water, or even his litter type recently. There are ways you can entice your cat to eat.
Marie On November 25, 2019 At 8:50 Pm.
(united kingdom) my cat is 16 and a half and in the last few weeks, he lost a lot of weight. It’s important you talk to your vet if this is happening to your pet. The excess hormones can cause your cat to shed weight despite an increased appetite, and drink water more frequently.
My Cat Is Going On 16 Years Old And Is Not Eating Much.
If your cat is vomiting and neither eating nor drinking, their life is in serious threat and action needs to be taken immediately. Not trying to alarm you , but just want you to realize that if your cat does not start eating, or stop sneezing, watch out for other symptoms, and get her to a vet! Your cat may stop eating if there's something stuck in its stomach or intestines or if it isn't feeling well because of an underlying disease or infection.