How to care for a cat and a cat after sterilization and castration
Castration and sterilization do not leave significant wounds. However, caring owners should follow the rules for caring for pets after surgery.
On the day of surgery and upon returning home:
• The owner should remember that the animal will completely depart from anesthesia only after 6 to 14 hours, and while the drugs are still in effect, it should be placed in a warm and comfortable place from which it cannot be dropped – under anesthesia in cats and cats the coordination of movements is disturbed. Continue reading
Wool in the cat’s stomach
The skin and its covers are a natural protective barrier that protects the cat from the negative impact of environmental factors. In addition to the protective, the skin performs thermoregulatory, excretory and receptor functions. In addition, many metabolic processes occur in the skin, which in one way or another are reflected in the work of all body systems.
What does “cat with sensitive skin” mean? Continue reading
How to independently monitor the health of a kitten
The kitten’s health is very fragile, so it is extremely important to monitor it carefully. To be sure that the pet is not sick, take it as a rule to conduct its external examination at least 2 times a month. It is most convenient to combine such examinations with planned hygienic procedures: clipping claws, combing, treatment for ectoparasites (for example, fleas and ticks), etc. How to properly conduct such an inspection and what to look for? Continue reading