No Real Change

No real change with Cheysuli.  For those who have thought of calci virus, she has no upper respiratory symptoms and she has been vaccinated against calci (FVRCP is against feline viral rhinotracitis, calcivirus,and panleukopenia).   The kitten also had a complete check up and was raised since about 2 weeks old at the shelter and is fully vaccinated.   FIP is always a possibility with him as a carrier but he has been tested for FELV and FIV before being released for adoption.

She is drooling and the first thought was her teeth, however both veterinarians at different veterinary clinics–my own and the emergencyclinic have ruled this out.

We have ruled out foreign objects.   While we have not ruled out toxins, we don’t know where she would have found something.  There are no new plants in the house.   We have had strangers in the house, but I can’t imagine what they would have brought with them that interested her.

For all her symptoms, the most puzzling thing is the lack of fever.   She had stopped drooling most of the day on Saturday, but it is back this morning.  The ER vet seemed to think of acid reflux with that.


  1. Poor sweetie Chey…we are continuing our purrs for you.

  2. Poor Chey. We so hope she will take a turn for the better soon!

  3. Sorry you’re still feeling bad, Chey-Chey. It sounds like you have had some good vet-minds on your case. We really just hope you improve on your won, even if they never work out exactly what was wrong. Purrrrrrrrrrrrrs.

  4. Can kitties get gall-stones?

  5. Poor Chey, we are purring hard.
    This is a long shot, could she have something stuck in her nasal passage and tickling down her throat?

    48 paws crossed, and {{hugs}} from MomKat Trish

  6. We’re still purring for you, Chey! We are so sorry that you are ill, and hope you feel much better soon.

    XXX from Franklin, Dobby, Tasha, and Mom Katie

  7. Chey, we are still purraying really hard for you, sweetie! Please get well soon, furriend ?
    Hugs, purrs and headbutts,
    Sabrina, Sam, Simon and Momma Jan too

  8. That question mark after “furriend” on our first comment was supposed to be a heart, don’t know what happened. Sheesh!

  9. Poor Chey. We’re purring a storm that you get better very soon.

  10. We are so sorry Chey is still sick and no idea what is wrong with her. We are sending healing purrs.

  11. chey we are so sorry. hope you are well soon. we are purring and purraying for you!

  12. We are purring and purring for you Chey!

  13. Oh my sweetie Chey, we’re all still purring for you here too…get better sweet one!

  14. Oh Chey. We are so so worried about you. Please get better really soon.

  15. I’m sorry you are still feeling poorly, Chey. We are all purring for you …

  16. WE’re keeping our paws crossed for our friend Chey.

  17. Dear sweet Chey we are all still purrin furry hard for you to get well.
    We will continue to send healing purrs your way.

    Miss Gemini if you need me to come and help you I will be there in a flash.


    xo your boyfriendcat

  18. I hope you feel better soon Chey.

  19. Poor Chey. We are so very sorry to hear you are so sick. We wish we knew of a way to help, but it sounds like your wonderful mom is taking excellent care of you. We are purring and purraying very hard for you sweetie!!! (((hugs)))

  20. Oh Chey, does the VET think this could be a stress reaction to having the kitten? As an FIV+ kitty, I have to be careful of stresses. Perhaps they can give you something called “VetriDrops” I get them. It is vitamins. Maybe that will help you kick whatever it is.
    We are purrrrrrrrrrring so hard for you Chey

  21. We’re continuing to send purrs and healing Light. It’s especially difficult not to KNOW what the problem is, in spite of apparent good vets. We have our paws crossed for a diagnosis and happy resolution ASAP!!!!

  22. Oh Chey! We didz nots know you were feeling sick!!! I yam lettin’ Momee type dis:
    Dear Chey and the woman:
    Oh this is not good news about our meezer friend. What about (I’m sure the vet has thought of this already… but you never know) an abscess? Or something like a sticker in her mouth?
    Remember too, when Momo was sickened by neighbors that had sprayed pesticides?
    I know, I’m grasping at the most obvious, but maybe someone used something that drifted.
    We’re all going to be purring for Chey and sending her energy. We know how capable you are and hope that she recovers quickly.
    We love you all,
    Madeline, Dr Tweety, Iris, Maximillian, Delilah, and Auntie Stinkie

  23. oh my – the first time in ages we come by and have to hear bad news!!! we are purring and sending healing thoughts and hope this will be sorted out very fast!
    we also want to thank you for coming by – it is so heart warming to find out that after month of absence we still have friends visiting! thank you!
    we will try and post a wordless wednesday every wednesday but we will not be able to visit, our maid is ABSOLUTELY USELESS to us.
    but our thoughts are with all our friends in the blogosphere all the time!
    the cat realm

  24. Oh, poor Chey, we are purring loudly for her to get better soon…We know how upsetting this is=best of luck friends…Happy World Cat Day…kisses…Calle, Halle, Sukki

  25. Chey we are both purring for you. Get better soonest.

  26. Oh noes!!!!!!!!!
    We do not want dear Chey to be sick 🙁
    We will purr very hard for her to feel better!!
    Purrs Mickey,Georgia & Tillie

  27. Hi chyey it stinks being sick we purring you feel better soon. My mama said could it be a fur ball sometimes they get loged so you can see them on x-ray byt they can cuase lost of trubble


  28. Poor Chey! Please tell her we think of her every day, and we’re hoping for better news soon.

  29. we do hope Chey feels better soon. Chey yoo need ta eet.

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