Furry Emergency

Dealing With A Furry Emergency

Keeping a cat is always a wonderful thing. From the time you spend bonding with one another, to the moments you spend frustrated at their antics, the whole experience of living with an animal like this is magical. Of course, though, not everything will always go to plan. To help you with your furry emergencies, this post will be exploring the best action to take when you find yourself in one. With this in mind, it should be a lot easier to get through these patches without a hitch.

Get The Vet On The Phone: The very first thing on your mind should be getting a professional involved to help with your emergency. Just like human doctors, your local veterinary hospital is likely to accept your issues at any time of day. To choose the best place for you, it’s a good idea to read some reviews and save a number to be ready for your emergencies. Of course, in some cases, you will have to attend to your cat before calling the vet, but this should still be done as soon as possible.

Get The Cat Comfy: Once you have some help on the way, you can turn your focus onto the animal themselves. If they are hurt badly, they will probably be scared and confused and will need to reassurance in the form of affection. Along with this, you should also work to make them comfortable physically. To do this, using some blankets for warmth and a pillow or two for support will enable you to make a good nest for the little one.

Apply The Treatment You Can: It can be hard to know what you can do to help while you wait for the medical experts to arrive. There might be some obvious support you can give, and this should be administered as soon as possible. A puncture wound, for example, would benefit greatly from light pressure being applied to it. Keeping your cat from moving will be a large part of this. It could be worth learning some basic cat-based first aid, just in case you ever find yourself stuck with an injured mog.

Furry EmergencyKeep Calm, Avoid Problems: Finally, as the last thing to consider, a lot of people will get very stressed when their beloved pet is in pain. When you’re in this state, though, it will be hard to maintain your cool, and this could lead to mistakes. Feeding your cat, for instance, could lead to complications when they get to the vets and need to be treated. So, even if it will comfort them, this should be avoided. There are loads of ways to make sure you avoid issues like this. To do it well, you’ll need to start off with some strong background research.

Hopefully, this post will save you loads of difficulty if you ever find yourself with a cat emergency on your hands. Of course, it’s very unlikely that you’ll need this help, and this is a good thing. But, this doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be prepared for it, anyway.

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  1. It can be really scary when you suspect a cat emergency. Thankfully, the cat I have right now is quick to come to me and very vocal when something is wrong. Not all cats are like that. I’ve had some who would hide silently…found almost too late with a bladder blockage.

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