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Cat very active after spaying

Cat very active after spaying

Cat very active after spaying.

The cat that I have is only 7 years old. He doesn't have a whole lot of

hair and hasn't been able to shed since before I got him. Right after

I got him from a pet store he did shed a little bit but he stopped after

I got him. He still has fleas but I spray him before bed. The fleas

haven't been a problem until now. He acts like he is constantly moving

and his coat is very thin. He doesn't drink a lot of water. He has a

very loud meow. I have noticed that since he has been getting spayed

that his bladder is much more full and he is more likely to go. He has

always been a bit hyper and this has gotten worse. I have tried giving

him more water but he has no interest.

I live in Colorado and the weather has been cool but pretty dry. He is

on his own outside. He has had a couple of outside scratches but nothing

serious. When I look at his belly he seems to be ok but his legs don't

look as though they are as thick as they were.

I don't know if he has a physical problem or what. If anyone has any

ideas I would appreciate it.

Thanks for your Reply!

5 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Dentist won't take catI have a cat that is only 7 years old. He doesn't have a whole lot of hair and hasn't been able to shed since before I got him. Right after I got him from a pet store he did shed a little bit but he stopped after I got him. He still has fleas but I spray him before bed. The fleas haven't been a problem until now. He acts like he is constantly moving and his coat is very thin. He doesn't drink a lot of water. He has always been a bit hyper and this has gotten worse. I have tried giving him more water but he has no interest.

I live in Colorado and the weather has been cool but pretty dry. He is

on his own outside. He has had a couple of outside scratches but nothing

serious. When I look at his belly he seems to be ok but his legs don't

look as though they are as thick as they were.

I don't know if he has a physical problem or what. If anyone has any

ideas I would appreciate it.

Thanks for your Reply!

Report This| Share this:Dentist won't take catI have a cat that is only 7 years old. He doesn't have a whole lot of hair and hasn't been able to shed since before I got him. Right after I got him from a pet store he did shed a little bit but he stopped after I got him. He still has fleas but I spray him before bed. The fleas haven't been a problem until now. He acts like he is constantly moving and his coat is very thin. He doesn't drink a lot of water. He has always been a bit hyper and this has gotten worse. I have tried giving him more water but he has no interest.

I live in Colorado and the weather has been cool but pretty dry. He is

on his own outside. He has had a couple of outside scratches but nothing

serious. When I look at his belly he seems to be ok but his legs don't

look as though they are as thick as they were.

I don't know if he has a physical problem or what. If anyone has any

ideas I would appreciate it.

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