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Saturday 25th of November 2017

Labyrinthitis - personal experiences

Labyrinthitis experience by - Randall

My cat Sparty has Labyrinthitis and is currently recovering on his 4 day. I got home and he was screaming down stairs which he never does and when I when to see what the problem was he was lying flat on the floor with his head tilted to the left, almost touching the floor, and his eyes looked like one of those cat cuckoo clocks where the eyes go back and forth only his were going extremely fast. He had pooped and peed on the floor but I imagine it was because he couldnít make it to the litter box. At this point he couldnít make it two steps without falling to his left side. I took him to the vet they put an IV in him for dehydration and started him on antibiotics. They kept him 2 days and wanted to keep him longer because he wasnít eating or drinking. Well $500 latter I took him home that same day and immediately he started eating like he hadnít eaten in two days, excuse the pun but he seems to be doing fine now. He walks like heís had too much to drink and falls over a lot but he seems happy letting me pet him and purring and falling asleep in my lap. He still has a few week of medication to take and canít jump up at all but manages to walk around OK. Anyway, he seems to be progressing just as the information I found on this issue said he would. Wish all you pet loversí good health and thanks for your interest.

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