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  1. my 18 yrs old died.i took her to vet twice..said she was healthy just need little more fluids thats all..she had diarrhea,muscles loss start at back to around kneck then went to other parts of body., she had a good appetite.drank water fine.she kept losing weight..she had no problems to urine.she walk just fine..no fever either.i kick my room mate out.seems like he was here her diarrhea was bad got worse,he leave then seem to calm down.he come back it be bad again he leave calm down.my brother said what he doing trying kill her.i said,i dont think so.but not sure..it just look like something just sucked the fluids out my cat or wasting away..i wish i knowen what she died from.she my friend.when she died she had two loud cries.stretch out all four legs out .had her mouth opened a little..her eyes slighy opened too.. and died.i hate to see it.i did..i ask my ex room mate.what did he think .he said i guess she had diarrhea so bad it killed her..probably gave her dehydrated then ruin her muscles. kidneys.heart..and killed her…my cat did have dehyrated once but vet gave her some fluids and i did also..vet said she sound healthy.if anybody has any idea let me know.i wish i knew what killed her.i miss her alot..

    • Hi, thanks for visiting and asking. It is not possible to diagnose from what you say. However, your beloved cat was 18 years old. This is a good age and an age at which cats die of natural causes. She may have had a few health problems.

      Old cats often have kidney failure. This causes them to drink more and pee more. She had diarrhea which causes dehydration. There are many diseases that cause diarrhea. A combination of health problems due to old age probably killed her.

      I wish you the best of luck and may she rest in peace in a better place than the where we are.

    • I am so sorry you lost your cat, it is very sad to see a cat die.
      I don’t like the sound of the fact that your cat got ill when your room mate was there then improved when he was not there!
      Stress can cause a cat to have stomach problems, vomiting and/or diarrhoea and because your cat was very old she dehydrated quickly and was too weak to recover.
      If you ever give a home to another cat please be very careful about your room mate, you say your ex room mate now so I hope he has gone for good.
      Take care.

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