Yes I know, the vet, the vet. I have, but she can't see my cat for a few days, and I'm just curious. He isn't eating, but he seems fine. Playful, as active as ever, running around like nothing's wrong, pooping like usual, not throwing up at all. So could he be just not hungry? I've asked my daughter, but she promises she isn't adding extra food to his bowl. I don't think she would be, since we've talked about the importance of not overfeeding him and getting him too fat, which was a problem with a neighbor's cat.
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