For a nine year old in/out cat he has been very healthy, except for his stomatitis, which is thankfully under control.
Since his visit to the vet where he received antibiotic and anti-inflammatory shots, he has certainly improved and has had decent pees in his litter box, though as he mostly does his business outside, I can't supervise his every bathroom visit!
I have cut out kibble to only a few treats at night and have started to introduce gravy based wet food which is NOT FISH! He actually ate beef for the first time and chicken and liver! I have to say it's a bit of a miracle after years of turning his delicate nose up to anything non fish based....... unless it is fresh cooked organic chicken breast served on a silver salver!
I am thinking about introducing a water fountain, but as he runs a mile from fast moving and out of control liquid I am having doubts still!
Anyway, thanks for all the purrs and advice. Austin and I appreciate it and you all very much.
We would like to ask for purrs for a very special friend, Moses the Studio Cat, who resides over at Lily Pad Quilting Blog. He is a very sick kitty and we know he and his family would really appreciate support. You can click on the link or his picture below.