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Cat and jack warranty?

If i take my cat in to get her ears checked, will i still be covered for the repair of any damage by the dr if he says she has problems?

If she was out on the town all night with a new guy then i would think she is probably fine as long as its not a serious condition, but that is a cat, she was out dancing last night until midnight im sure she had fun.

But if there is a chance that this guy did some damage then should i still be covered?

I guess i am just worried about this, if we do not have a warranty what happens if there is damage? and should i file a claim with the insurance company or not?

Should I File a claim with the insurance company? My cat was out the night before last with a guy. She was fine when we got her home the next morning but a day later she was still feeling a bit "off" like she was in pain. I went to the vet to check her out. No problems, just feeling a bit funky. After an exam, she wasn't feeling well and the vet prescribed an anti-depressant for her and some other meds to help ease her feeling. I thought I could do the whole "spend as much as I can afford, but no more than it is worth" to keep the cost down and help my cat. I decided to go with the vet's advice, give the meds a chance and do my best to help my cat feel better. When I brought her home and the evening came I took her to the bathroom to administer her meds. I took the meds like she said and fed her in the correct way. We went into the bedroom and she was fine. We took her to the couch and I decided to put her to bed. After about an hour she began to feel like she needed to stretch out. She did this once and then stretched her legs as much as she could. I put her in the crate to sleep (this happens with every cat, but my cat had not been in the crate for about a year). She laid down, turned over and was fine.

I'm not sure if it was just getting a bit drowsy or the meds took effect and so the morning came and she was so out of it that I took her to the vet. The vet said it could be an allergic reaction to something I gave her in the past that could be making her sick, or it could be something else. I didn't even notice anything wrong before but I did the first time she was sick. She had been out before. I have no idea if this could be "allergies". I am pretty worried that I didn't pay enough attention to her after I got her home, that she was tired and I didn't notice something was wrong until the morning came.

I'd really appreciate your advice. If it was "allergies" would you have her get a test done. Or if it was something else would that be something to look for, or can it just keep happening?

Cory - The vet said my cat has a "feline diabetes". It's what she had before she got too fat. (I guess they said she was at least 25 pounds overweight.) I don't know what to do because of her age and health. She still has plenty of time for the next 10 or 20 years. But I want to try to keep her as long as possible. I thought it was just a bad reaction to the meds, that it didn't seem to last too long. If that's the case, wouldn't that mean that it was something that came and went?

Cory - The vet said my cat has a "feline diabetes". It's what she had before she got too fat. (I guess they said she was at least 25 pounds overweight.) I don't know what to do because of her age and health. She still has plenty of time for the next 10 or 20 years. But I want to try to keep her as long as possible. I thought it was just a bad reaction to the meds, that it didn't seem to last too long. If that's the case, wouldn't that mean that it was something that came and went?

Cory, a diabetic kitty can have other issues. He could have other things going on with him. That's why it is important to get a medical work up, so he doesn't have to be on insulin yet, so that he will get the necessary medical treatment and not experience many complications and so he has enough time to find out what's going on. It is very possible to find other issues that are more life threatening, as you know, and that is why it is important to have that full work up. I would say call his vet and ask them about a better option than the current meds, and also just to make sure, as well, that nothing is going on with the diabetes. You want it to be something that will help, not hurt him.

The vet will have to evaluate your cat's medical history, and also if he or she is able to give it the proper lab work. If the lab work can confirm that he has diabetes, then she will work with you on a different med and or treatment.

Cory - The vet said my cat has a "feline diabetes". It's what she had before she got too fat. (I guess they said she was at least 25 pounds overweight.) I don't know what to do because of her age and health. She still has plenty of time for the next 10 or 20 years. But I want to try to keep her as long as possible. I thought it was just a bad reaction to the meds, that it didn't affect her too much, so I didn't think I should go in to the vet. I would hate to have to put her down.

Aww, poor baby! That is something I'm no good at dealing with, unfortunately. I just know I'd find it hard to give him up if I had to. :( I'm sorry you have to go through this.

The part that makes me sad is that you know how hard he's been working on the food. If he had a little extra time, he would probably be able to handle a small adjustment in his diet.

Have you tried contacting some cat owners or cat lovers in your area to see if they have any suggestions? Not every owner has an issue with their cat's food, and maybe some of them will be able to help you adjust his diet. Or maybe they might even be able to tell you how to give him a little extra.

I'm sorry you're going through this and I hope you'll figure something out that will help your kitty get back to good health again.

Thank you so much for taking the time to write this post and answer all our questions. My kitty seems to be doing a little better, now. I'm going to keep her on her current diet for a little while longer, to see if she makes any changes.

After about a week of the same symptoms, her head is a little better. She's also a little more active now. She always used to be more comfortable laying in the sun and would just lay there and have a wonderful day, now she just lays there.

She's been back to the vet twice. He gave her some anti-inflammatory medication and gave her some vitamins and minerals. Nothing changed, the vet said it may take a few days for her to feel better, then he sent her back in 2 days later.

We're going to try to get in to see the