Q. Cat wasn't eating. Vet physical good. WBC 42.1. After Clavamox cat ate 5 days. Now continual vomiting past 12 hrs. Won't keep cerenia down.

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A. This is quiet a bad picture. I advise you to ask for a referral at an ultrasound specialist, tumors are common at this age and can usually be detected with ultrasound. Some tumors will also cause WBC to be elevated.

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