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July 14th, 2009
04:23 pm
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You can't help worrying a bit when the cat pukes, and the litter trays show a couple of big wees and a touch of diarhoea, and he ignores breakfast and lunch, and generally sits about looking mopy.
He went out for a long time, and when he came back he had a bit of dry food.
I suppose he ate something that disagreed with him - possibly a shrew... or drank some bad water or soemthing. Or it could be a bug. Nothing serious, I guess.
When I was raspberrying, I saw a cat that was scary thin, if I'd seen it in our garden I'd have fed it probably, looked starved rather than ill. Smogg will never starve as long as there are shrews and mice about. Though he will have to get the idea that they're edible (except for the green wobbly bit)

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From:juggzy
Date:July 14th, 2009 05:24 pm (UTC)
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I was reminded last night that it is Lily season by finding some lilies on a table in a pub we went to.

If there are lilies in nearby gardens, I'd take him to a Dr. sooner rather than later. The rain's shaking their pollen off, cats try to chew grass.
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From:oldbloke
Date:July 14th, 2009 10:10 pm (UTC)
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He's OK now, a bit off his food but eating, tail up, good colour etc. Don't think I've seen any lilies about.
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From:anshackles
Date:July 14th, 2009 07:52 pm (UTC)
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Shrews aren't. Edible, that is. tend to make the cat throw up.
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From:oldbloke
Date:July 14th, 2009 10:11 pm (UTC)
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God put them here just to give cats some sport, then.
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