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My cat won't eat, drink, or use the bathroom. He's in a lot of pain and can barely walk. He's not acting himself at all.

He had problems urinating for two weeks, we've been giving him a teaspoon of antibiotics one at night and one in the morning, but the past two days he hasn't gone at all, and he just lays there. He cries extremely loud when he moves, or tries to walk. And he also clenches his stomach. He's shy of two years old, and is an indoor cat. I don't have money for a vet right now. ANYTHING could help, if you know anything please let me know.

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Take him to a vet please. He might have crystals deposited in his urinary tract that's blocking him from urinating. Without meds from the Dr he will get worse. Go now and pay at a later time in small installments so your cat can be ok.He is so young and with a little care you will have many years of fun with him. I wish I can help more.

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just try make him as comfortable as possible, cut back on things so you can take him to the vet. this might be an infection so he'll need to see a vet

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I don't think anything short of a vet will help.

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Sounds a lot like Kidney failure. Go to the vet and se what he says. If it is he'll give you some water that you inject into him every day and some special food. Just make sure he's comfortable. I'm so sorry :(

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Take him to an animal doctor.

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sounds constipated

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Take him to a vet as soon as possible, if you were in the same condition you would want to go to a doctor. It's not fair to the cat.

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I was asking for help, not someone to be rude to me.
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You maybe don't have money for a vet, but your cat is in serious trouble and you must find a way to help him. There are usually low-cost clinics in even small towns, or at the least, take him to an animal shelter and surrender him. Don't just let him suffer!

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I didnt just let him suffer. Some people dont have 500 dollars to just pull out of there pocket. So for you to make me feel bad about it, is wrong. Leave my page and DO NOT comment on my stuff. Thank you.
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Sorry, you have no control over what I do or don't do. I tried to help, in case you didn't notice. I shall continue to go wherever I choose to go and do whatever I choose to do, and say whatever I feel needs to be said, and you can like it or not, I don't care. Anyone who lets their cat suffer to the degree your cat was suffering has no standing in my eyes.
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Take him to the vet please.

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