pumpkin and yogurt..... that does it around here--the benefits of pumpkin
PLUS the beneficial bacteria......



On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 12:26 PM, Lisa Borden <
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>
>
>        Thank you for all of your wonderful responses. I can feel the love
> and support already! It's so great to hear from other people who
> are/were in my situation.
>
>        I just went to the store and bought some canned pumpkin as a couple
> of you suggested. When I came home, he saw me messing with the cans
> and started meowing for food. So I cracked open the pumpkin, gave him
> some mixed with a little canned EVO (which he loves) and he devoured
> the mixture. Now let's see if it helps his little tummy! He has a
> good appetite, but I don't think he's getting enough nutrition
> because the food goes right through him, you know?
>
>        I ordered him some probiotics. I am also going to look for a
> holistic vet as someone else suggested. Sorry I can't reply to
> everyone but believe me, I have read all of your responses and
> appreciate them very much! I will let you know what his test results
> are, and will want to hear from you what I should tell him when we go
> back in, whether he is positive or not. At this point, I can NOT see
> euthanizing him. He's just a happy, playful kitten that happens to
> have an upset tummy!
>
>        "Yes we can!" I like that!! :)
>
>        Lisa
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