June 2018 Issue

Caring for Your Cat After Surgery

What to do—and not do—after Fluffy’s operation

Incisions are delicate. Even if your veterinarian has opted to use stainless steel suture to prevent a pet from ripping the suture material, the skin itself can be torn. If your cat rips open her incision, she may be allowing things that should be inside her body to get out and allowing things from the outside world to get in.

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