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Caring for your demon cat

Caring for your demon cat



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Caring for your demon cat

There are plenty of reasons for cat to be your cat, but there are just as many reasons that might cause you to doubt yourself. It’s okay, even, to consider the possibility of cat insanity and have yourself checked out. But I want to set your mind at ease and offer some reassurance about why your demon cat needs you.

To begin, let’s talk about what we know and what we don’t know about your cat. For instance, we know that the chances of being born with a naturally-occurring hernia is zero and that, even if you did develop it yourself (with a kitchen knife) while giving birth, that still makes you one lucky cat. We know that there are some medical conditions that increase your cat’s risk of developing a hernia, like a genetic predisposition. We know that, while it’s possible for cats to have hernias spontaneously (as long as they’re a healthy kitten), it’s more typical for a cat’s hernia to develop at some point in their adult lives (usually when they’re a year or more old). And we know that they generally require surgical repair.

But we don’t know for sure what causes them to happen, and we don’t know for sure if they are preventable. We can’t say with 100% certainty that your cat’s hernia was caused by an underlying genetic issue, or by some other trauma that you have no memory of. And we also can’t say with 100% certainty that you can’t have your cat’s hernia fixed by surgery, even if you’ve done nothing to cause it. There are a lot of different things that could go wrong that could eventually lead to surgery.

So that’s where the care and attention that your cat needs comes in. You can’t predict with any certainty when your cat will need to be fixed, but you can take steps to make your cat’s surgery a success. You can learn how to help your cat get ready for surgery. You can learn how to make sure your cat feels well during surgery. You can learn about different kinds of hernia surgery and how they are performed.

It’s been over two months since your cat had hernia surgery. That’s a long time to have to stay home. And it’s a very tough time. We know that going through hernia surgery isn’t easy. We know that there are many changes your cat will need to make when they’re forced to take time off from work. And we know that the recovery process can be pretty long and painful. So we want to give you some things to do in the meantime to make your cat’s home situation a little more comfortable and less lonely.

For starters, don’t hesitate to ask us to go into your home and give your cat a friendly, comfortable visit. That’s how we’re going to know whether your cat is having any pain. And if your cat is having any problems, we’re going to know about it before your cat gets all frustrated and confused and doesn’t know where to turn.

We’ll do what we can to help your cat through hernia surgery. We won’t promise to get your cat cured. We won’t promise to be able to reduce any swelling, to put a cast on your cat or to help them heal. But we can help your cat understand what’s going on and how we’re going to treat them.

We can also help you make your home as comfortable as possible. We’ll use towels or blankets or pillows to make your cat feel more at ease when you’re not there. And we can give your cat the company of friends to help relieve the loneliness.

If you think your cat might need a visit to us, don’t hesitate to give us a call at 1-800-PRAY-LOUDLY.

P.S. I don’t know about you, but when my mom called me to tell me that my cat, Bessie, needed emergency surgery, I was happy she got the cat fixed before I got home from work. She could have called me in the middle of my office and I’d probably have done the same thing. We love Bessie just as much as we love our own cats. So why would we want to make her feel more stressed, more alone or more in pain? We owe it to ourselves and to our cats to love and care for them so that they can keep getting their good medicine from us for years to come.

We owe it to ourselves and to our cats to make sure we’re doing everything we can to give them a good life. We owe it to ourselves and to our cats to make sure we’re doing everything we can to give them a good life.


Watch the video: How To Introduce Your Cat to a New KITTEN! (August 2022).

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