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My cat is nursing, has diarrhea and vomits everything she eats. What I do?

My cat had her puppies almost 2 months ago and a couple of days ago I noticed her decayed and for more than she tries to eat she can't keep the food in her stomach, she doesn't stop vomiting and has diarrhea. I don't know what to do to make her feel better until I can take her to a veterinarian.

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Give it salt water so it doesn't get dehydrated. For the infection you will have, give coconut oil and vitamin C (500 mg 4 times a day, this dose is if it weighs 5 kilos, adjust the dose to your weight). See page 42 of [http://librosdesalud.es/100-libros-de-salud-en-1.pdfrtada(http://librosdesalud.es/100-libros-de-salud-en-1.pdf )

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