Thank you, B-wavy. I've been letting him lead on this and he has in fact started asking for food more frequently and eating smaller amounts each time he eats.I'm really sorry to hear that, wild~hair. My little Larrie died from chronic renal failure. It was really tough on her, but she was a fighter and went on much longer than she was expected to. One of the things my vet told me was to feed her very small amounts of wet food (something mild like turkey) every few hours rather than the usual twice daily feedings. It was much easier on her system.My poor old kitty cat. He has chronic renal failure, so the toxins are just building up in him. Today he's a little smelly. He can't help it. Poor guy.
He's on sub-Q fluids, a special food and antacids, so he's got everything he needs, but it's still hard to watch the gradual decline.
But he's sleeping comfortably now and a little less smelly today. Thanks for your kind words.