MY CAT-GINGER A 13YEAR OLD,
ALWAYS WAS SKINNY, PRESENTLY THIS PAST YEAR @A WEIGHT OF
6 1/2 POUNDS, NOW 5 1/2 POUNDS---SINCE THE LAST 2 1/2
WEEKS LOOKS AS THOUGH SHE
GAINED A FAT TUMMY--VERY FAT
AT LOWER PART OF TUMMY AND VERY THIN AT TOP CHEST...
LAST PAST FEW MONTHS HAD SOME KIND OF BLOOD LOSS IN BOWEL #2MOVEMENT, STILL PRESENT LIGHTLY ...AND SHE IS
SO FAT AT TUMMY NOW, I DONT KNOW WHERE TO BRING HER TO A VET, COURSE MY PRESENT VET
CHARGES VERY HIGH RATES LIKE FOR EXRAYS...ISNT THERE A FOUNDATION TO SAVE MY CATS LIFE..IT LOOKS LIKE SHE HAS A CANCER TUMOR OR SOMETHING COURSE SHE STILL WEIGHTS THE SAME SINCE THE LAST 5YRS NOW.
I do not fully understand your question. If your cat is gaining weight this is not usually related to a medical problem. If your cat is loosing weight this could be a medical problem. If your pet continues to loose weight then I recommend you see your vet about the problem. If you can not afford a vet visit try the local ASPCA or humane society. Thanks, vetcare