The cat swollen hind legs

Melkor Guru (3457), is closed 3 years ago

In general, we treat a cat, with a liver trouble, uzi only on Thursday, and the cat is yellow.
5 days we carry a cat for injections, 2 of which -intravenously. Today I noticed that the place in which the spike is already completely swollen and reddened, it is painful for a cat to attack even the paw, I keep silent about the injections myself, to me his young man returns everything slobbery and spiteful. On the advice of a doctor I smear geparin ointment 2 times a day.
I want to ask, what else can you reduce this swelling? So to say, to facilitate the beast of the procedure, since it takes us at least 8 more days to go to the injections.

Katya Sarkisova Profi (977) 3 years ago

Green eyes Mudrets (19695) 3 years ago

Do the doctors fall into a vein?

Melkor Guru (3457) 3 years ago

hope so.
it's just difficult, because the cat is not only that yellow and veins are almost invisible, so it also escapes wildly, two keep it, and the third calms down.

Green eyes Sage (19695) Chet doctors squint, something tells me that the paws swell from the fact that the injections go straight under the skin, and not into a vein. And the cat screams from this, it hurts.

Melkor Guru (3457) 3 years ago

hope so.
it's just difficult, because the cat is not only that yellow and veins are almost invisible, so it also escapes wildly, two keep it, and the third calms down.

Melkor Guru (3457) 3 years ago

hope so.
it's just difficult, because the cat is not only that yellow and veins are almost invisible, so it also escapes wildly, two keep it, and the third calms down.

Melkor Guru (3457) 3 years ago

hope so.
it's just difficult, because the cat is not only that yellow and veins are almost invisible, so it also escapes wildly, two keep it, and the third calms down.

Melkor Guru (3457) 3 years ago

hope so.
it's just difficult, because the cat is not only that yellow and veins are almost invisible, so it also escapes wildly, two keep it, and the third calms down.