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What To Do Before Cat Surgery, During Cat Surgery And After Cat Surgery?
Cats are like human, they need o be treated as every person and especially when cats are admitted to have a surgery. Each cat should be prepared before cat surgery and after cat surgery. You should help your cat in all this non-easy process.
By: Healthy Sante
- Elective surgeries : which are those that you choose to have done, but that do not have to be done. Spaying and neutering fall into this category.
- Non-elective surgeries: where these surgeries have to be done for your cat’s survival and which you schedule.
- Emergency surgeries: as it is said, they are surgeries done quickly for your cat or any pet and as your pet needs them, such as cat accident by a car...
For the first t^pes of Cat Surgeries (elective surgey or non-elective surgery), as owner of your cat, there are steps to prepare for this process, and if your cat is recovering from any type of surgery, you can do little things at home to make this easier.
What To Do Before Cat Surgery?
Once you know the date of your cat surgery, you have to notice all your veterinarian recommendations in a note paper, don't hesitate to ask any question to him or her and write the reply. The Vet should tell you that 12 hours before the cat surgery, you won't give your cat any food because it is important that your pet will have an empty stomach in order to do successfull results of your pet surgery.
it is usually best for this to happen when your cat has an empty stomach, unless your vet indicates otherwise. The most common response to the anesthetics used is vomiting, so your cat will have fewer problems if his or her stomach has no food in it. If you deny your pet food for about 12 hours before the surgery, most of the food in the stomach will be gone. In most cases, if your cat is having access to water is fine.
In case you have other pets at home, it's necessary to confine your cat to one room so that he or she doesn’t eat from other dishes.
What To Do During Cat Surgery?
During the surgery, you have nothing to do except that you should relax yourself because you should be very anxious and very tired the last recent days, it's normal, it's the same situation as for human surgeries.
After the surgery, it may take perhaps a day or even longer for your cat to be awake and functioning.
You may also be looking at a few days—sometimes more—in the vet hospital for recovery. You should visit during the hours allowed, and volunteer to help feed or care for your cat. This will let your cat know that you have not abandoned him or her, Very important that your cat see you each time he or she opens his or her eyes.
What To Do At Home After Cat Surgery?
In return to your home with your cat having surgery when you bring your cat home, follow all instructions completely. Your cat may need multiple medications daily and a special diet.
You may not let your cat allowed outside for a while of time. If a cat surgery was consisting in any kind of incision, assume this to be at least a week or two, which may be difficult if your cat is used to going outside often.
If your cat’s fur had to be clipped or shaved, keep in mind that he or she is probably colder than normal, so it may be a good idea to provide extra blankets warmed in the dryer or a hot water bottle wrapped in a towel. Remember, your other cats will need attention too. By making sure that your house is safe and loving, you can keep all of your cats happy after surgery.
My advice to you:
If your pet, cat or dog or any other animal, goes into surgery, remember that any number of things may go wrong or different as forecasted , you will be responsible for the vet bill, even if it is higher than the estimate. So, do what your Vet recommends to you and avoid any trouble due to no respect of what to do before and after your cat surgery.
Does Your Cat Have These Symptoms?
- Lethargic-decreased appetite
- Slight limping or favoring one side
- Slight difficulty getting into/out of litter box
- Less inclination to jump or climb
- Reduced grooming
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Page Updated Last on: Feb 04, 2010