Has he been dewormed? If a stool sample turns up negative, consider trying
FortiFlora. Or maybe that's the pro-biotic you mentioned. My 4 month old
positive kittens recently went through a bout of diarrhea (where no
parasites showed on a fecal float) that cleared up with FortiFlora.

On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 12:51 PM, <> wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> I joined the group early in the year when I adopted my sweet felv+ kitten,
> Dani (who turned a year on June 1st :) About three months ago I adopted
> another felv+ kitten around Dani's age, Pugsly (he looks just like a little
> pug--upturned nose and big round eyes.)
> Pugsly has persistent herpes flare-ups but got that under control with
> upping his lysine to 500mg twice a day and he's been pretty much fine.
> Yesterday, though, I found vomit and diarrhea, which I was able to
> determine to be his. I noticed he didn't eat yeaterday or today with his
> usual gusto--it's usually gone in a nanosecond. His stool is pasty and
> jelly-like. There was a very faint pinkish hue to some of it yeaterday. He
> is still active but not his usual spazzy self. I started probiotic this
> morning and hope it will help.
> He is not feverish and is hydrated. Dani is totally fine.
> He also gets NuCat vitamins, two twice a day, and is on a grain free wet
> food only diet.
> I was going to try some pumpkin in his food...I was wondering what other
> suggestions there are for treating the diarrhea. I also have slippery elm
> bark.
> I know I can call my vet and get flagyl or tylan powder but wanted to
> reach out here first. I just hate giving antibiotics when it's not known if
> it's a bacterial cause.
> Thanks for reading,
> Laura, Dani and her bff Pugsly
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