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Old January 7th, 2013, 06:34 PM
ggirard ggirard is offline
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My kitten was spayed on Friday, and today is Monday...she still doesn't seem herself...very sleepy not playing. She is eating and drinking. She also threw up for the first time ever yesterday. Is this normal? I'm getting worried she's seven month. Any advice would be great!! Thanks btw she's usually very playful always getting herself in some trouble. Makes us laugh all the time we just love her.
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Old January 7th, 2013, 06:56 PM
pattymac pattymac is offline
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Did the vet give you any pain meds for her? Check her incision, if it looks red and swollen she needs to go to the vet asap. My kitten had a bit of a reaction to her stitches so the vet gave her some antibiotics. I also had pain meds to give her for a couple of days after.
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Old January 7th, 2013, 10:14 PM
ggirard ggirard is offline
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No I'm surprised they didn't give me any meds her incision looks o.k. but I will keep an eye on it! She's just not herself. I don't like it she goes back in ten days to have the stitches removed.
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