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I accidentally hit my cat in the head

I accidentally hit my cat in the head

I accidentally hit my cat in the head with a frying pan about a month ago. She was pretty knocked out and was out for about 5-6 days. She was also pretty scared and was reluctant to get up. I thought the cut on her head was pretty minor, and it healed up very quickly.

I was wondering if anyone had a similar experience with a cat or any of your animals getting injured somehow and being slow to heal from that, or just generally recovering from any type of trauma.

I accidentally hit my cat in the head with a frying pan about a month ago. She was pretty knocked out and was out for about 5-6 days. She was also pretty scared and was reluctant to get up. I thought the cut on her head was pretty minor, and it healed up very quickly.

I was wondering if anyone had a similar experience with a cat or any of your animals getting injured somehow and being slow to heal from that, or just generally recovering from any type of trauma.

thanks for any info.

The reason my cats get cuts and scratches is because they were born with natural immunity. They never go to the vet for any kind of treatment. Since they were born with it, they will never get an injury that doesn't heal on it's own. So yes they do heal.

My first cat, who is the runt of her litter, was about 7 months old, and went to the vet for a checkup. The vet discovered he had a little heart murmur and put him on a heart medication to keep him in check. After he had taken the pill every night for about a month or so, he developed diarrhea. I assumed it was because of the meds, so I just started giving him water without the meds for the diarrhea. I noticed that he was having difficulty eating, so I called the vet to tell them that he wouldn't eat anything and he hadn't since he got the diarrhea. They took him back, and told me that he had lymphoma, and that it would probably not be curable. I took him home and he started getting worse. The next week, his diarrhea stopped and he developed spots on his skin, and he was lethargic. Then he started having seizures and passed away. The vet told me that his body had to get rid of the tumor by going through his digestive tract and that this was how his diarrhea had gotten the way it was. I took him to the vet to have him fixed in his head and he sd that the other vet's statement was correct. I don't think you can ever trust a vet who is not a veterinarian. I would say about half the time they are right, but the other half are wrong. I have had three cats in my life that had lymphoma, one passed away, and two are alive and well today. They were diagnosed with lymphoma over a year ago, and I don't remember if they had a treatment started right away or if the treatment had to wt until they were put down, as there was too much damage to the brn.

The worst that I have ever had was my cat who had to be put down because she was in so much pn. She was having kidney stones, and she was having to suffer for days. The vet had nothing to offer her except to give her pn meds and try to make her as comfortable as possible. I feel that if the pn of going through a disease was something the vet's should be able to give relief from. The best thing would be to have medications that the vet does not know where the pn came from, and it would also be nice to have medications that would stop the pn in the first place.

When my cat died I was devastated. I was having an abortion at that time and I was also very upset because I was getting a divorce. I spent a lot of time talking to my cat and telling her how much I loved her. I miss her a lot. She was 13 when she died and I had already had her for seven years. I loved her very much. I never had anything like her agn and I don't think I ever will agn.

I always think it's so amazing how smart cats are. They have to have a way of communicating that we don't know about. I think that the cat may have come to the vet's office and sd, "I've got a problem." But if she did, she didn't know what the problem was.

After the first visit, the cat might have sd, "I just got a cold" or "I need to go to the bathroom" and then she would wt until the vet returned before she even asked, "What's the problem?" I think that's just how she is. I think she knew. She didn't have any medical problems, she was fine. It was something else. Something that made her leave, probably in a hurry.

I want a cat that will look me in the eye, and I'm going to need a cat that isn't too demanding. I just can't handle cats that are demanding. I really need a cat that will cuddle with me and just sit there and snooze for hours and hours.

I think the hardest thing about losing my cat was that I never really got to know her. I really had to spend my time grieving after I lost my baby. I missed her a lot.

I think of my cat all the time. Whenever I get home, I open the door, and I think, "Look at you," you know? That's the hardest part. I miss her. It's really a sad part of my life. I think of her so much. I think of her everyday.

I think the hardest thing about losing my cat was that I never really got to know her. I really had to spend my time grieving after I lost my baby. I missed her a lot.

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I hope you can find that cat who is just perfect for you.

Gus was always a lovey-dovey cat when he lived with me. Sometimes he would sleep with me and purr and stroke his back and purr and purr and purr! He would sleep with me like that all night. I remember the moment he went to the Rnbow Bridge and how much it hurt and how I wished I could have snuggled with him, but I had to move to another house. He was all I had until I got a new boyfriend, and we took turns giving Gus treats from his bowl. After we moved to our new house, that cat had his own room and he had his own bowl. He would come


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