I gave my Pookie "Clin Drops" (short for clin...something). Very economical. Works well for infections that are in the mouth or tissues. Very economical. I also took him for acupuncture. Carolyn

On Sat, Dec 21, 2013 at 12:29 AM, Jennifer Lewis wrote:

Hi all,

Off topic or a new one.
My poor Bryyn is having an awful time. Does anyone have experience with severe mouth pain? I've been told by vets that she's too young for stomatitis, but she's having a horrific time. My vet prescribed prednisone, but not only does it not seem to help, we're leery of it for the long term and honestly can't afford it.

It seemed to be mostly jaw/lymph related as she would freak when yawning, but it's getting worse and I'm beside myself. She also has awful breath which makes me think as well it may be stomatitis.

Please help!
Jen


On Dec 20, 2013, at 3:42 PM, Lorrie wrote:

One of my cats has uneven pupils, but he is not FelV positive.
He was hit on the head by some low life bastard before I rescued him.

Lorrie

On 12-20, gbl...@aristotle.net wrote:
The only ones I've had with uneven pupils are Felv cats, and then only
  a couple.


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