Evening all! I am so very thankful that today's vet visit was a huge success. I'm also thankful that it remained pee-free. Overall, there were some pros and cons. While she said his teeth looked really good (0 out of 4), she said his lungs sounded harsh. She ran a CBC and Comp Panel and thankfully, his liver and kidney tests looked fantastic (I had been worried with his higher numbers), but she thought the CBC indicated an infection - likely the lungs. She gave me options for medication, and I went with the injection that lasts or works for 14 days. I've given medication to my GA kitty Mateo in the past, and it wasn't fun. According to the receipt, the medication was Convenia. Do any of you have any experience with this medication? Obviously every cat is different, and it's hard to know how it should work when we don't know the exact source of the infection. I had asked about an x-ray, but she didn't really seem to think it was a true requirement at this point. If this is the reason his numbers have remained high, is there any way to say how long or how quickly one could see improvement? I'm guessing I'll have to play it by ear, but I figured I'd see what y'all went through to give me a better idea.