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How to get my cat to drink water

My cat won't drink any water and I'm worried she'll become dehydrated ... I just need suggestions on how to get her to drink some water before she dehydrates,

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Of course cats drink water! Every living being needs water ... just leave a bowl of water out for it and it will drink when it needs to.

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If u have a bottle fill it with water or milk and put it in its mouth or call the vet

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Your cat could have kidney problems and if you cherish your pet you should take it to the vet pronto amigo

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You don't want your pet cat to dehydrate? If you are really going to help your cat, I have one suggestion for you. Cats don't actually drink water in their diet. Instead, actually, they drink milk. So, feed your cat milk instead.

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maybe put some milk? or if she still not drinks the milk, send her to a vet

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If she won't on her own she might be sick go to the vets see what they say for now go to the store and buy a saringe (sorry about spelling but you get the idea) and force feed her water

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Use an eye dropper and put some I the cats mouth and then the cat might start drinking I had to do that to both my cats

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In the long run, getting a running water bowl that moves the water around like a waterfall might help. If it is currently an emergency, use something like an eye dropper or dropper for liquid medicine and fill it with water. Hold your cat firmly but as gently as possible, and put your finger into the corner of its mouth to get it open enough to slip the tip of the dropper in. Slowly squirt the water into the cats mouth, giving it plenty of time to swallow.

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