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Q: Two year old female cat vomiting and constipated.

February 25, 2012 | By BethanyBubbz | 14 answers | Expired: 956 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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daryl b.
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Feb 26, 2012

i have read your question 3 times and don't even see a question there. only insults to us. we are a good bunch and maybe you don't belong on a site where all you do is insult the members who try to help as best as they can. from what you said here i would suspect you are ther troll you are talking about, you even use ugly words that seem to be about yourself. i guess you will take this off. mz was right ho hum.

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Michele Z.
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Feb 26, 2012

Ho-Hum.

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Kelly
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Feb 25, 2012

It's difficult to say what the problem is from your description, but one thing is certain...your cat needs to be seen by a vet. I'm not sure where the "pouches" that you talk about are actually located. It could be an anal sac infection or impaction. Cats often have trouble defecating with anal sac problems. The pouches could be tumors, fat pouches, hernia, lots of things. Whatever the problem, it's obvious that your cat is in distress. Cats can go downhill very quickly when health issues are ignored and not treated correctly by a vet. Don't gamble with your cat's life, take her to the vet. And, like NGM said, make an appointment to get them both spayed. Spayed and neutered cats are happier and healthier. You totally eliminate the risk of some cancers.

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NonGlassMenagerie
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Feb 25, 2012

Make an appointment with your vet and take the cat to get checked out - sooner rather than later! When your cat is moaning in pain, throwing up and you see something unusal on their body, they need to be seen by an expert. Cats can withstand a lot of pain, so for your cat to be exhibiting such a pain reaction means she's really hurting. Also, why aren't your cats spayed? Putting off spaying your cats put them at greater risk of ovarian and uterine cancer, as well as mammary tumors and infections. They're healthier, more comfortable, and don't go through the hormonal hell of an unspayed cat. And you don't risk bringing more kittens into a world where the vasy majority of kittens born end up on the streets or killed in shelters due to too many cats and not enough homes.

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