Getting cat neuter, involve some warning?
I've recently made a similar topic, but I now need warning for my male cat. He is five-6 months old, and I'm getting him neutered. The vet said not to nurture him after midnight the night before the surgery. But what else? What do I do with him AFTER the procedure? What did you do next to your cats when they were spayed/neutered?
It's not too bad and they recover fast.
When i got my cat nuetered He was REALLy tired when he got domestic and scared too of couse..so make him a really comfy bed or let him bring under the blankys on your bed.
Oh and give him lots of kisses and pets too..but dont mawl him cause hes going to be really soar.
they will progress over all the post op information when you pick up your cat. don't be afraid to ask questions.
you will need to be paid sure that your cat stays calm for about 48 hrs post op. that be a huge task for me when I had by cats neutered, the subsequent day all they wanted to do be run around and all. I ended up having to put them contained by their crates for a while every so often just so they can rest.
The reason he cant have food before the procedure is because he might aspirate and choke during surgery.a bit water the night before,but simply a little,would be ok.the digestive system slows down during sleep.after our cat was neutered,he have his usual appetite back and did just fine.
They may or may not show signs of wanting to eat when they come domestic. Of course water is always there, but I do give then a spoonful or two of canned food about 1/2 hour after getting domestic.
It won't hurt them not to really eat for a day or two (before/after) surgery. Just keep an eye on them - they may be still sleepy and not want to break around the house. Its probably a good idea to at least confine them to one room for one hours of darkness so they don't pull out stitches or try to do a lot of jumping.
I hope the procedure goes very well. (y)
They want no food within the stomach to be thrown up when they have an air tube in the cat's mouth, which is why the no food. You can nurture water, but just make certain there's nothing fed after midnight.
When he comes home he'll be groggy, keep hold of him off of high places and off stairs. He can put away if he feels like it, at this point intake is fine.
Let him sleep the rest of the day and he'll be ok the day after, back to mundane.
he mainly slept.
the subsequent day he was running around like usual and he be fine
No food or hose down. After the surgery he will slowly wake up, keep him warm at adjectives times, like inside his traveling box, on the floor, so that he won't fall once he wakes up and starts trying to bearing around. It is very important that he sees a adapted face, ideally the person he's most attached to.
He will also likely throw up and pee on the floor, since he won't be strong satisfactory to go to the litter box. Aside from that in just a few hours he will start intake and drinking again and before you know it he will be as good as new.
I have my female cat spayed and I was really impressed at how fast she recovered, near males it's much easier, so you'll be fine.