She just meows constantly like a senile old bitch. She CONSTANTLY wants food, she never relaxes. Then you give her food and she is picky as fuk and won't eat it.
God, i love her and have taken care of her for 17 years but she is just driving me fuking nuts right now. I feel like smashing the shyt out of her now.
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My cat is 17 years old... she's driving me crazy
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OP...don't. My dog would piss me off so much; bark at 4am, piss on my floor, piss on my bed, piss on my table, you get the picture. I had to put him down today because his health went downhill so quickly over the weekend and I feel like ****. Love your cat while you can, he's an old brah and he'll be gone too soon.
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the sister though would meow like crazy the last year. i think part of it was because she was going deaf and couldn't hear herself. really sad, i just made sure to give her extra food and pet her more.
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My family recently adopted an old stray cat that came into dads work (vet). He was so sweet even tho he was sooooo skinny, had fleas, dislocated hip with had calcified over, rotten teeth etc.
We treated him for fleas, did a dental on him removed the rotten teeth, got him bulking and he was so affectionate we decided to keep him.
He can be a grumpy old boy tho, meowing constantly for no reason, making noises at the dog even tho hese doing nothing. Just generally grumpy. We don't even know how old he is but our guess is around 14.
Our other cat is a sphynx, cheekiest little bigger has such a sweet playful and affectionate personality. Being the cheeky kunt he is always tries to play fight with the other cat but he has non of it and gets grumpy.
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07-28-2013, 06:26 AM #17
I put my 20 year old cat down in March and I still miss the fuk out of her. When I come home sometimes I still look to see if she'll be sitting in her favorite spot on the couch. Makes me really sad. My point is take her to the vet because my cat had those symptoms for about a month before she passed from kidney disease.
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