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Bleeding from 'lady bits' on my kitten, advice please!

Discussion in 'Cat Health and Nutrition' started by Poppyrog, Feb 11, 2008.

  1. Poppyrog

    Poppyrog PetForums Newbie

    Feb 2, 2008
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    Me again!! It's seems like there is nothing but problems with the kitten at the moment.

    I just wondered if anyone else has experienced this or if anyone can offer some advice.

    I noticed this afternoon when I got home that there were spots of bright red blood all over the floor, about 10 drops or so. After much investigation I found out that it was coming from my 7 month old kitten. She was neutered a week last Thursday and her wound has healed very well and had to have an antibiotic injection 3 days after as she had stopped eating.

    The blood appears to be coming from her vagina (assume cats have the same termanology?!?) I phoned the vet straight away and took her down, typically it had stopped by the time we got there and they couldn't find anything wrong. They suspect that it could be cystitis, the late stages. Nothing has been prescribed for her as they said to give it a day or two and if still happening they will give her some.

    Just wondered if anyone could shed some light on cat cystitis and what symptoms to look out for or if anyone else has had the same thing? She has been drinking more than normal and going to the toilet fine, doesn't seem to be any pain and it has jsut started again.....

    Thanks in advance.

  2. may

    may PetForums VIP

    Nov 2, 2007
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    It sounds like cystitis to me,
    poor girl that isn't nice :( she should drink plenty to flush her!
    I would ask your vet for something if it carries on though :)
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