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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-06-2015, 12:36 PM Thread Starter
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Hello:) cat spayed yesterday

Hello, my name is Ani, and I have a sweet female named Coneja. She's 1 year old and is a real sweetheart I got her spayed yesterday and am hoping she will get better very soon.
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Hi Ani! Welcome aboard!
Pictures please of Coneja!
It usually takes about 10 days for a female to heal up, after a spay!
Most important, is to keep her from chewing on stiches, and to keep an eye out for possible infection, at the incision site.
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Welcome to the forum Ani!

Really great that Coneja got spayed, I'm sure she'll be back to normal in a couple of days would love to see photos please
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post #4 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-07-2015, 12:17 AM
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Hi Ani!
How is Coneja doing?
Does she show any signs of pain?
Cats are sooooo good at hiding pain....sigh....
She should have been sent home with some pain meds, I think the usual is three days worth...
How is she doing, as far as leaving the stitches alone?
Were you given a cone for her to wear, just in case?
Is there anything in particular, that might have you worried??
Please feel free to ask any questions here!
(((HUGS))) and Healing prayers for Coneja!
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Hi again Ani!
One other really important thing, you want to confine Coneja to a small space/area for a few days, just to try and slow her down! Some kitties just don't seem to realize they are supposed to rest!
Keep the incision checked for any signs of infection, oozing, redness, really hot to the touch, etc...
I'd love to see a picture of her
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It takes about a week before all is well. Kittens bounce back almost immediately from surgery so aside from monitoring the incision site you don't need to worry much. Just watch for redness - those are bad signs and need to be dealt with immediately.

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