The screen grab is Boo's test results.
There are a few things that are not within the normal readings.
The first thing is that her calicum level is 12.7 mg/dL, the
normal range is 8.2-10.8.
This could indicate several things: Hypercalcemia,(which is
excessive calicum in the blood) parathyroid, renal problems or
The Hypercalcemia can be idiopathic.
The other things that jump out are within the Urinalysis.
Her protein is 7.5, normal range is 5.5-7.0.
Her protein level is +1.
These may indicate Proteinuria or CKD.
Does anyone have any kitties who have had numbers like these?
I spoke at length finally with the DR yesterday.
He seemed to want to believe that these indicated cancer.
I am not completely certain of that.
I am not going to jump immediately to the worst possible scenario.
I want to do her blood work again -- fasting this time -- and see
what results we get.
At the time I talked with him I did not realize that her Urinalysis
sample was skewed too.
So now I have concerns about that.
Again I think they will rerun these to see what it shows.
She has lost weight, but it's been subtle.
What has begun happening is she is bring up her breakfast about
4-5 hours after she has eaten.
It is food and then some phlegm.
She vomited 5 days straight, and then stopped for 3 days, and
vomited again. I found it odd her vomiting after so many hours
of her eating.
She is very hungry, and she is having no litterbox issues.
So if anyone has any ideas or any experience with any of this please
give me your thoughts.