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.