As we all know, cats can be very unpredictable in the hospital setting. Here are some tips to avoid bites and scratches in fractious cats.Read More
Job risks for veterinary technicians include bite and scratch injuries. These are the most common injuries reported in the field. I always laugh to myself when the dog is giving me the eye, and the owner says, "Don't worry, he won't bite!" Famous last words.
This post includes some tips to remember in trying to prevent this type of injury from occurring.Read More
I was saddened to read today that his sanctuary was hit by airstrikes, killing his dog Hope and some cats. He survived the bombings, but please keep this man and his good deeds in your prayers and thoughts. You can follow him on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1509943749305018/ or on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gattarodialeppo
Yes, they can survive, but timing may be everything! It acts mostly as a neurotoxin in cats, which can cause paralysis and mentation changes. They can also suffer from coagulation problems and vasculitis like dogs. Typically prognosis is not good, but if they receive treatment quickly (yes they can have antivenin) then they may have a better chance of survival. Check out this article link for more info!