Princess just loves brushing and will even reach up for the brush when I stop!
I think she likes dangly toys. Will check that out.
She is such a dainty lightweight girl underneath all that purrtee fur. I believe my mother's neighbor told me last December that Princess was around 8 years old.
She seems to like corn free dry food that I feed my other foster kitties. (I found one at Walmart.) I am also feeding her Healthful Life by Purina and small amounts of canned food as a treat. (She likes Fancy Feast!) So far she hasn't shown any signs of more constipation, and she likes her litter box with fragrance free corn litter called Fresh Results (http://www.walmart.com/ip/8In1-Pet-Products-Cat-Litter-Fresh-Results-10-Lb-Cats/10450484)
Her love of brushing will help keep a lot of fur out of her tummy.
Having the Miralax that Dr. Jones recommended to have on hand is still a good idea.
She still has some watery eyes and stuffed nose issues, but has remarkably improved.
Dr. Jones recommended using a saline solution to clean her eyes and I've tried that and the tiniest bit of mentholatum on top of her nose. Her purrs are sounding much clearer (instead of sounding like snoring, poor little sweetie.)
My tuxie girl, Katie Kitty Too sometimes gets watery eyes. A lysine product called Viralys and an ophthalmic ointment seemed to help Katie Too.
Any one who has or had Persian kitties with stuffy noses or runny eyes?
If so, what did your vet recommend?
Also Princess already has a potential new mommy!!
Purrz for Princess,
More Photos Furry soon...