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- Nov 4, 2017
No I didn't. I was scared he might throw up again.Were you able to give him some ors while he was awake? Sometimes a cat's third eyelid will show when waking up from a heavy sleep. For now, I wouldn't worry about it.
Yesterday he was probably more active, assuming the anesthesia had not worn off completely. I am sure he is very tired at this point.
The vet said it's enough. another vet also refused to give him iv fluids.I know he threw it up once, but I thought you had given it to him since then and he didn't. Try to give him some the next time he wakes up. You can always do a smaller amount right when he wakes up if you are worried. But, you need to try in the hopes he keeps it down.
I also got to thinking about the fluids. What you said they gave him really is sufficient for one day's time.
Just remember to say calm so he can feel that from you and don't forget that these first few days after surgery are going to be the toughest.
My mom had a stroke recently. It's dangerous for her too. I told her to go upstairs and also she can't handle him alone.It is rare, but not impossible, for a cat to catch the flu from a human.
Can your mom give him the ors? Will you still be able to take him to the vet for fluids and checkups? Unfortunately, these things need to occur one way or the other. If you have to be the one to do them, wear a mask around him and clean your hands often.
How is he doing?
He's eating now... His health is improving.. vet said he doesn't need IV fluids anymore as he is eating good. Told me to bring him to the hospital again after 2-3 days for his suture removal.Please let us know what is going on. With no updates, I am afraid that means things are not good. But I am wishing and hoping for the best - for both your cat and you.