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Q. I have a 4 month old male kitten that is acting strange. He is sleeping in weird places (on floor in bathroom, on endtables), drinking alot of water,

Answered By
JESSICA L DESROSIERS

A. Kittens will tend to sleep in weird positions or areas when they get tired, however if this behavior occurred suddenly, or if you are seeing other signs of illness (such as his change in drinking water) it may be best to schedule a veterinary checkup. Your vet can look for common illnesses, and may also recommend bloodwork or an X-ray if an immediate cause is not found. Be sure to monitor and alert your vet if you notice any other signs of illness such as loss of appetite, vomiting or diarrhea.


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