In-Depth Guide On Cat Wound Care

How to do cat wound care? Cats dealing with an extensive wound can become victims of infections, increased inflammation, and/or other unwanted medical conditions. Studies show trauma wounds are a common cause of vet visits among cats and it’s important to understand how to care for cat wounds due to this [1].

Without appropriate cat wound care, it can become difficult to keep your cat in good health.

This is why it’s time to look at the nuances of cat wound care, what to look for, and how to makes sure the cat recovers quickly.

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My Cat Has a Runny Nose and is Drooling

It can be quite distressing for cat owners to see their feline friend unwell. It is also difficult to know when you should take them to the veterinarian or seek advice online or just wait. In particular when my cat has a runny nose and is drooling I become quite worried they may have a feline upper respiratory infection. In the current coronavirus pandemic it can be additionally concerning as not a lot is know about the virus yet.

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When Should You Take Your Cat to the Veterinarian?

Cat owners are always wondering if their cats need to pay a visit to a veterinarian or not? The answer to this question is not that simple. Your cat is never in a position to be able to tell you directly what’s going on with them. Do they require a visit to the veterinarian or not? It’s the job of the cat owner to identify the symptoms and plan a visit when required.

Regular check-ups are necessary to maintain your cat’s health. To ensure your cat stays healthy and free of diseases, you must ensure you take it to a veterinarian for a thorough check-up once a year.

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