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Dehydrated and trouble breathing.

Species: Cat
Breed: Short haired tabby
Age: 6-12 months
I found my cat yesterday just lying on the ground, he can't lift his head, yesterday he had mucus coming out his mouth.....his breathing sounds like he has got fluid in his lungs he also looks dehydrated ....what do I do with him?


Online vet, Dr. Marie

Dr. Marie replied:

This is a situation where I can't help you online. You will need to take Malachi to see a vet right away. There is no at home treatment that will help him.

If you are having trouble paying for vet bills you may get some help here:

Help paying for vet bills.

I really hope Malachi is ok.

Dr. Marie.

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