HELP... Maybe out of Honeymoon

Discussion in 'Feline Health - (The Main Forum)' started by Kristine, Oct 4, 2017.

  1. Kristine

    Kristine Member

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    Hi everyone.
    My cat Christopher has been in a HoneyMoon phase for over a year and a half. I have only been testing his blood once a week and it has ALLWAYS been in the 75-95 range. Today he wouldnt eat and was lethargic so I tested and it was 377! I gave him .2 of Lantus . I am going to test again in an hour. I am worried! Any help is good help.

    I recently adopted 2 kittens and I KNOW that he has been eating thier kibble. Could this have caused the spike??

    Thanks... Kris
     
  2. Red & Rover (GA)

    Red & Rover (GA) Well-Known Member

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    The kibble could have caused it. Corn meal was the first ingredient on the bag of kitten kibble dropped off at my house.
     
  3. Kristine

    Kristine Member

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    ok,,, thats what i thought. With 7 cats its SO hard to make sure he doesnt eat anyone elses food... and to be honest... I have given him the kibble for a week or so mixed with his food. MY BAD. hope that this works itself out.
     
  4. Kristine

    Kristine Member

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    just checked again and went from377 to 238! better but not great. Will check again in the morning. Not as scared as I was 2 hours ago.
     
  5. JanetNJ

    JanetNJ Well-Known Member

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    Don't leave down regular kibble. It's not good for any of your cats or kittens. If you must leave kibble then only one that is less then 10% carb. Young Again Zero carb, Dr. Elsley's Clean Protein chicken.
     

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