Today, the number of cats and dogs that are adopted and fed both in our homes and outside is increasing but we should keep in our minds we should be very careful about the symptoms of the emergency in cats because our cats start to share our lives and become a member of our families so they also need regular health checks. As humans, in addition to regular health controls. In some cases, it can arise emergency cases and we should find a vet clinic that provides emergency health service for our fluffy cats. The health status of our cats, with whom we share our lives, may not always go as we would like. Sometimes we may encounter
unfortunate events that require an emergency veterinarian, and sometimes a vet can reach the early diagnosis of major diseases from the smallest symptom. When you adopt a new cat, a general examination is recommended when you see a health condition that is not going well. In this article, all the necessary information is given about the characteristics of emergencies related to special organ systems in cats how to evaluate and how to intervene. Therefore, you should not panic if you see one or more of the symptoms of the emergency in the cat kinds. If your cat needs emergency care such as an illness or injury, contact your vet without delay.
The Most Common SymptomsIf you are observing one or more of the symptoms of the emergency in cats listed below in your cat; your cat needs immediate attention.These symptoms can be as below: • Severe trauma such as falling from a height or being hit by a car, • Electric shock, heat shock, or frostbite, • Bleeding from the perforated organs of the body (mouth, nose, anus, urinary tract), • Dislocation of the eyeball, • Breathing difficulties, • Abdominal pain or swelling, • Long duration of birth, • Possibility of poisoning or insect bites, • Inability to urinate and defecate, • Allergic reactions, • Foreign body ingestion.
Injured creatures in emergencies may involuntarily engage in different behaviors and movements as they suffer due to the traumas they have received so we should examine our cats daily and consult a vet as soon as possible when we notice an unusual behavior change or symptoms of the emergency in the cat kinds.