She is almost 19 and has lost weight and was not keeping anything down so vet put her on this. She is eating and drinking.
Hi, Hsonner! 72 hours doesn't overly concern me but contact your veterinarian if we don't see some action tomorrow assuming she's been eating for these three days.. It's probably just that her system was so emptied out that there was no waste matter to pass. More important is the fact she's drinking and staying hydrated.
Please provide me with a progress report pf you would.. It's helpful to me to be aware of peoples experiences ~ will, dog's and cat's experiences :-).
Best wishes, WildcatVet
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