While I’m no expert on the subject of neutering cats complications that can arise from the procedure I dug around a bit as it’s something I want to be really clued up on myself. So since I’ve been researching the topic anyway I may as well share it with y’all here.
Surely I’m not the only person that wants to know about neutering cats complications that Tibby can be subjected to.
The procedures already been done on our cat so perhaps we’re a bit late in looking into what complications there is that could arise in the future.
There are actually a few adverse reactions and ailments that you might want to have a discussion with your vet about as some are pretty darn serious that we’ve just found out about.
Well, we can’t say we weren’t informed of some of the complications that might arise from the cat neutering procedure.
We were aware, as you will probably know about too, that the anesthesia can have an adverse effect on the cat. That’s why there’s usually some blood work done before the surgery is done to make sure the cat is healthy enough to have the surgery performed without taking ill from the anesthetic.
What we didn’t know was that there’s other conditions that the cat has an increased risk of developing.
- urinary tract cancer
Illnesses that is thought that an un-neutered cat may be less likely to contract.
From personal experience I’d advise if your cat is indoors most of the time to monitor his/her litter tray. Our cat is being treated for F.L.U.T.D. which is urinary illness through crystals being passed through the cats urine. She was in pain before the diet but it was quickly diagnosed and put on a diet to sort the issue out.
The cat can also cause some damage if it washes itself frequently around where the incision was made. That can result in what the vets call self induced trauma. You may want to put some of sort of head protection on the cat for a couple of days. Usually the vet will have them available for you when you’re cats ready to go home to prevent any damage being caused.
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