Q: Two year old female cat vomiting and constipated.
February 25, 2012 | By BethanyBubbz | 14 answers | Expired: 1019 days ago
Apparantly people do not understand the difference between answering a question - and not listening, ignoring the vast majority of the question, and instead outright telling someone what to do regarding matters entirely unrelated to the actual problem. I saw this coming a mile away, since the vast majority of ignorant, arrogant fools online are trolls anyway. But, I was hoping that perhaps a site devoted to pet care might be a little more helpful and understanding. Nope, just filled with the same stupid people that will outright *tell* you what you can/can't or should/shouldn't do, while being entirely unhelpful in giving you any real information that might assist you. Just opinions on mindless garbage, so here is a heartfelt "f- you" to those that answered. I notice that both of you mention things that you could have known just by actually reading what I typed but instead, you clearly only skimmed through enough to be opinionated fools with no interest in helping. You simply live unfulfilled, boring lives and you feel somehow entitled to spam-post every question with answers with little relevance to the topic at hand just so you can appear in as many places as possible because it makes you feel good about yourselves all while being entirely useless behind your computer. So, tatty-bye everyone, thank you for showing me exactly what I had predicted.
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Feb 27, 2012
Oh my, I am just amazed that anyone could write comments like that. You obviously don't understand what this site is all about. Or even care. I agree with the comments below, especially NGM. And I love MZ's too. And I agree with you, too, Daryl - why is she even here if she has no animals?
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Feb 26, 2012
ng if you go to her page she list she has no pets. the way she throws around those fyous maybe that is why if there really is a sick cat maybe none of those "vets" want to see her. nothing but disrupted. but this did turn into the entertainment of the evening.
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Feb 26, 2012
Ha Ha - Speaking of trolls...interesting use of a term around here, huh?
She removed the original question which was that her cat was moaning in pain when trying to go to defecate, had two pouches somewhere between her legs, and was vominting. She said none of the vet clinics has been helpful. Duh? Were we supposed to interpret that as she had actually taken the cat to the vet or she had called them and asked them the same questions she was asking us? In my world a vet would know what to do about a vomiting, constipated cat who is crying in pain, so I read it as the cat wasn't actually seen because we don't have incompetent vets around here. And if we do, we certainly don't take our lovong little pets to them, we go elsewhere and are smart enough to get a second opinion of we're not happy with the first. First of all, we're not vets here, just animal rescuers and pet owners. And when your cat is in pain, you need more help than a animal lover site can give you. Any moron should know that. Were you not given ideas of what it might be based on your description? I think you were, ie: hernia, tumor, etc. Did you actually expect a concrete diagnosis from someone who doesn't have their DVM? People do a lot of rescue here and know approximately what illnesses their rescues have based on what the SEE. They also know when to they can't help and at those times they go to a vet. If indeed you took your cat to vet and they didn't help, I suggest going to another vet. This is not the place to come to for those stupid question like "my cat is bleeding from every orafice, or screaming in pain, or has thrown up every bite of food and water for the past month and has lost 90% of her weight, what do I do?" You'll get the same answer - go to the vet. If the forst vet doesn't help, go to another one!!!!! And when you speak of having animals that are not spayed and neutered around a bunch of rescue folk, you'll get the same answer on that one. It could be possible that her not being spayed has caused her problem by resulting in some sort of cancer. It's really hard to tell from a few words on a computer screen you ingrate. Oh, and honey, right back at you with the heartfelt statement!
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