One of my kitties, Cassie, is sick. Again. She's lethargic, not eating, not drinking, and has lost quite a bit of weight. She's also vomiting periodically (yellow bile, white foam - take yer pick), particularly when she's been disturbed from hiding under the bed, in the corner of my office, or anywhere else she's taking refuge. Same thing happened with her when she was a kitten. They ran bloodwork, gave her fluid injections and a B12 shot, and sent her home with prescription food and some antibiotics. Two days later, she was back to her old self. This time around, we took her to the vet, and they ran bloodwork and sent her home with prescription food. Almost a week later, there was no improvement, and she wouldin't go near the food. Took her back in, got the fluid & B12 injections, more food, and some vitamin powder. Since the bloodwork didn't indicate she needed them, no antibiotics. The only number they saw as elevated was some liver enzyme, but they're not concerned with that since none of the other results would indicate any problems. Well, the fluid and B12 seemed to perk her up for a day, but here we are almost another week later, and still no improvement. Doesn't want to touch the prescription food. "Force feed her" they say. Ha. She spits it right back out. That is, if I'm lucky enough to get it in her thrashing mouth in the first place. Tuna? Nope. Friskies canned food? Nope. Melted vanilla ice cream? That's the only thing she's been able to stomach the past two weeks, but I don't want to create more problems by giving her too much dairy. So, the next step is to take her in for a feeding tube in the morning. Yay. Anyone else out there with similar experiences? ETA: After eight years, I finally hit 1000 posts. What a crappy subject for the occasion.