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Feeding megaesophagus kittens

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Feeding megaesophagus kittens

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Neat! That's 1 problem nobody in my house ever had... :thankyou:
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I started to say, I can't imagine getting a cat to sit in a Bailey chair. Then I did a search. Found this cool :trophy: website which shows another elevated bowl for a kitten, and also shows carrying a kitten on the owner's chest in a Snugli type carrier while waiting for the food to go down.
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https://coleandmarmalade.com/2018/08/30 ... condition/

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Here's an etsy listing for another type of feeder for mega-e cats. Patent pending.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/853318113/ ... feeder-for

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This picture is interesting because that is the angle I hold Pip's bowl at, or I put a rolled up washcloth or towel under the back edge to keep it tipped. He is not diagnosed with mega-e but with a swallowing problem.
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:thankyou:
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