When a medical condition arises, if your veterinarian doesn’t understand the challenges of taming and building a feral cat or kitten’s trust by treating them the least invasive way possible, there are many other vets who do. They will work with you to get kittens to optimal health without using treatment methods that undo your hard socialization work. Ask around for a recommendation from one of the many groups working with feral cats. There is also a list of feral-friendly veterinarians in New York City available on the NYC Feral Cat Initiative website. The kittens, and YOU, deserve all the help and understanding you can get!
Can broadened produce a reaction where a cat is anorexic, lethargic and has no urge to urinate/defecate from sometime after 12hours after application (so an accidental ingestion could have occurred in that time)? My vet found a fever present 36 hours after the treatment, thought it could be pancreatitis then as urination still not occurring spontaneously (no attempts to urinate either which could indicate a block) so they are now looking for trauma to the tail …. but she was moving her tail when I left her with them and also when I visited her after they called to say it could be more serious as they couldn’t stimulate tail movement. I am hoping it is a reaction to this product and the tail is no a problem because she raised it when she saw me. So I am trying to find out if it has ever produced an inflammation somewhere with accidental ingestion that could produce these issues in a cat that was perfectly healthy before the drops.