IMPORTANT: If your cat is in any distress or discomfort, please consult your own vet as your first priority.
- Ruth B
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Glad to hear things are going well and Kitty is certainly making up for lost time as far as weight gains go. Your new vet sounds so much better than the previous one.
Obviously, you should really take your kitten to the vet. However, I know not everybody can make that happen these days. If you're going to try to self-diagnose your cat yourself, start with the safest things. There are a few items that can help a cat's digestive system get along a little bit better. My cat has had a very sensitive stomach all the way from a kitten, and he's almost three now. The two safest things that help with indigestion are pure pumpkin and completely plain yogurt. And I always suggest you get insurance for your kitten. https://petinsurancefinder.com/