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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by mellowyellow, Jul 31, 2009.


  1. mellowyellow

    mellowyellow PetForums Member

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    Ok I’m taking my 4 year old niece for a week in August as my sister has just had a another baby and Beth is playing her up but I’m also getting Nala spayed that week.
    I need some tips on how to care for a 3 year old and a poorly cat usually the cats just hide in the bedroom when beth comes over as she scares them. I can put their food and a tray in the bedroom but will Nala be able to get on the bed and will she bleed in my bed?.
    I can explain to beth that Nala’s poorly, has to be left alone and she will understand but like any 4 year old not sure if she will remember all the time.
     
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    mellowyellow PetForums Member

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    :D LOL Nala's just spent 10 mins chasing a bettle over the floor till i killed it now she's eaten it:smilewinkgrin::smilewinkgrin:
     
  3. munchbunch

    munchbunch PetForums VIP

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    Hi. I think you've got the wrong idea of what a cat is like after it's spayed. She may be a bit sleepy when she gets home after the anaethetic, but as for trying to keep them from jumping etc, no chance, even though they shouldn't really! :rolleyes: They're not like us - you'd never know they've had anything done & are back to normal by the next day normally. I've never had any bleeding either - cats constanly clean themselves - but I've never had any problem with this area. You'll be amazed how quickly she recovers, but if you're really worried about it, couldn't you bring her op forward a week?

    I love cats - I hate spiders & they kill them for me :D
     
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