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can somebody help my cat?

my cat had stopped eat and drink for almost a whole month. I helped it eat and drink, it didn't resist me. however, after I came back home yesterday afternoon, I saw my cat spitted out the cat food... It sleeps for a long while and feel laziness.
Another question confused me is my cat has a ulcer in its mouth for years. But these days, it recovery. I can't believe such a serious illness could recovery for only a few days. I really confused if there is some relation between the two illness symptom....Please help me, and help my cat...Give me some advice and that will be so king of you....    
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587315 tn?1333552783
Your cat needs serious help by a veterinarian NOW.  Not in a few days, but now.  This is very very serious if a cat hasn't eaten in a month.  This leads to a disease called feline hepatic lipidosis(fatty liver disease).  This is fatal without the help of a vet.  This disease is caused by a cat not eating for as little as a few days.

If you want your cat to live, then do the right thing and get your cat to a vet.  If you can't afford it, then contact your local humane society or SPCA.  Look online for your local branch.  Your cat has NO time to lose!!
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7052683 tn?1392938795
What can I say????? ZQ has said it ALL.

CAT=VET=NOW!!

Let us know what the vet says, please.
Hope it is not too late.

Sincerely,
CML
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