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Please take her to a vet to be examined and to make sure she is healthy and doing well.
 

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Not an encouraging sign. :(

I had a Manx kitten who "could not go" and his poop and pee needed to be expressed by hand every day. He was a delight, but one must really be dedicated to do this. It was a birth defect - the shortened spine meant there was some nerve damage... well, nerves missing. He wanted to go, he tried to go, but the peristalsis did not happen. :(

Mine had been abandoned by his mom in the grass on a lawn. She knew he could not make it on his own.
 

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Hello
Any updates on your little one? She looks so sweet. I hope she is ok. I’ve been thinking about her.

Thanks
Larry
 

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Yes, she does look sweet. I hope that this is a temporary problem, for surely the shelter would have noticed if she never could poop or pee on her own. She would have been in obvious serious messy trouble.
 

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