So far, so good (Vincent’s day)

Since I was up so early, I took the opportunity to drive to PJ for a session of Stretch Therapy. Haven’t been for a few weeks now. The limbs and muscles do need to be stretched!

When I came home, Vincent asked for food. Thankfully, there was no vomit anywhere except for some bile in his hide-away.

I steamed fish for him, but he would only eat after a placed some renal kibble onto the food. Good that he can eat!

Indeed, happiness is being able to eat.

Heidi waits patiently.

Heidi licks up the scraps.

After this meal, Vincent slept for more than 4 hours straight. It’s so nice to see him being able to relax and really sleep, not sitting in the meatloaf posture.

Lunch time at 2.30pm. Waiting for his steamed fish.

He wouldn’t eat until I placed some kibble on top. In fact, his eyes really lit up when he opened the kibble jar.

Since Vincent likes to do things “more naturally”, I gave him the fish head to see if he’d like to eat that. Ginger loves eating the fish head. Yes, Vincent liked it too, but not as much as Ginger does.

Nap time after makan. This is the life, isn’t it?


Let’s hope that the vomiting will not happen anymore.






3 responses to “So far, so good (Vincent’s day)”

  1. Amin

    Hi, my cat suffered from CKD. She is currently warded at local Vet’s and has been very weak since yesterday. Previously, we went to vet and she went through subcut every 2 days.We force feed her as well. I know her chances are very, very slim since she collapsed yesterday and she wont move an inch. But, in case she stable tomorrow or few days from this, mind to update me where I can get the Semintra? I just found out about Semintra when googling. Currently, my vet prescribed Azodyl and i gave her VetriScience Renal Essentials.

    Looking forward to your reply

  2. Amin

    Also, if possible, can you suggest me the vet you went to? Many thanks

    1. chankahyein

      En Amin, I have replied you by email. Could you please check? Thank you.