FIRST CAT AID – Cat Diseases – All you have to know.

Cat Aid – What you have to know to treat your cat.

 

Basic Cat first Aid
learn how to treat most common cat injuries

 

If your cat got injured – Stay Calm.
Then call the vet.
If you don’t know any vet, try to find one by google “vet near me”.
Google will show you a list of vets in your area with their number phones.
 
Cats – The Most cute creatures of the planet.
We feel terrible when we see our kitties injured.
You must be informed. Here you’ll find good advices and resource about dealing with a cat injury.
 

Tips if your cat has a disease emergency
-Never give your cat human medicines.
-Do not give your cat food or water if she will get anaesthetized
-If the cat breathes with difficulty, handle her gently – Pay attention how you drive the cat to the vet. The cat should be kept in a box or carried in hands.
 

The situations when you must call the vet
  • Obvious emergency situation such as burns, bone break, electrical shocks
  • When suddenly the cat stops eating for a long period of time
  • If your cat spends a lot of time in the litter box without urinating
  • If the cat seems to have severe pain
  • When your cat has difficulties in breathing
  • If your cat repeats Vomiting and she has diarrhea
  • When suddenly your cat has difficulty with balance
 

 Please
 Read and download Basic first cat aid provide by bluecross.org
This is a mini-tip-menu about general cat injuries and how to deal with them.
Best print it and put it on the fridge.
 
 Learn about CAT INJURY TREATMENTS.
This information is provided by howstuffworks.com
Here you can learn in depth how to deal with the most cat injuries
Here is a list of cat diseases you’ll learn to treat:
  • Abscess
  • Animal Bite
  • Bleeding
  • Broken Leg
  • Burns
  • Choking
  • Convulsions/Seizures
  • Electrical Shock
  • Broken Back
  • Scratched Eye
  • Fallen Off a High-Rise Building
  • Fishhook Embedded
  • Frostbite
  • Stung by an Insect
  • Poisoned
  • Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Inhalation
  • Toad Poisoning
  • Shock
  • Sprayed by a Skunk
  • Snakebite
  • Unconscious
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