Me, too about the cat litter. That could explain the vomiting. If he is
vomiting and not having stools, it can mean the kitty is blocked and needs
to be seen asap. They had my Lucy swallow some "pills" and then xrayed her
stomach each couple hours to make sure they moved into the intestines. They

I have never heard of using tums with cats. I know that I got kidney stones
from eating tums and taking a calcium pill at bed time (without food).

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Belinda Sauro
Sent: Tuesday, June 16, 2009 8:17 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Cat crashing

   I would be real concerned with clumping litter if he ate any, you 
know what it does when it gets wet.  Does the vet know about that?  I 
have heard that cats shouldn't get tums, will see if I can find the 
palce I read it.


happiness is being owned by cats ...

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