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How To Take Care Of A Stray Cat?
Need Help Taking Care Of Stray Cat And Please I Need Some Tips Very Badly. Thank You. Kira K.

Put some food and water out. It also depends on what you plan on doing with it. If you want to keep it, then you should trap it, and take it to the vet. And if you have other cats already, dont let it around them until you have it combo tested for feline aids and leukemia, because your other cats could get it. If it is positive for either, then you might want to think about euthanizing it. But hopefully its all negative. And you should definitely get it spayed/neutered. At the clinic I work at, if someone finds a stray and traps it, we will sedate it will in the cage, combo test it, and then spay/neuter it all in one day, then its done. Also, vaccines, of course. :)

Where Can I Find Free Basic Vet Care For My Cat In Mesa, Az?
My Cat Needs Her Yearly Check Up Soon, And Her Claws Cut (She Wont Let Me Clip Her Claws) But My Family Is On A Fixed Income And I Can'T Afford The Vet Bills... Who Can I Go To For Free Vet Care For My Cat??

I'm unsure if you've spayed you cat yet, if not here is a list of free to low-cost spaying clinics.
Some of these places also offer other veterinary services at free or discount rates. This is also fantastic news for those who wish to start of the spay/neuter/vaccinate and release programs for feral cats and dogs ! )
http://www.animalliberationfront.com/Pra...
http://itchmoforums.com/arizona/lowcostf...

When Getting Ferret Distemper Shots Dose The Vet Use Canine Or Feline?
I Heard Some Ferrets Have Allergic Reactions To The Canine Shot Also Is There A Ferret Vaccine Available In Australia?

Actually, canine distemper and feline distemper are completely different diseases. They aren't even related at all, it's really just a name. Ferrets are susceptible to canine distemper version and should be vaccinated for that one specifically.

Ferrets should be given a ferret-safe canine distemper vaccine. Most canine distemper vaccinations that are used on dogs do not fall in this category. From what I understand, Purevax-D and Galaxy-D are currently the only ones that are recognized as generally safe for ferrets. If your vet is ferret savy, they should know this and already have or order in the proper vaccination for you. If your vet isn't ferret savy, I recommend shopping around a little for one that is :P

Feline Puncture Wound: To Vet Or Not To Vet?
I Am Hip To The Whole Feline Abscess Process That Occurs Following A Puncture Wound. After Learning The Hard Way With One Of My Cats - I Now Tend To Be Able To Prevent Abscesses And Costly Surgeries By Having Antibiotics Available To Administer, Along With The Knowhow As To How To Clean The Wound. My Female Cat Mia, Who Previously Has Never Had These Types Of Troubles Has A Puncture Wound On Her Back. It Ballooned Up, Ruptured And Ejected A Large Quantity Of Odorless White Puss. I Cleaned The Area, Disinfected It, And Applied Neosporin. I Proceeded To Give Her 62.5 Mg Clavamox Tablets Twice Daily. Unlike My Male Cat Who Responds Well To This Treatment, Mia The Female Vomits Approx. 1-2 Hours After Taking Clavamox, So I Have Discontinued It. I Continue To Clean And Treat The Wound. The Wound Area Looks Fine, In Fact There Is No Abscess-Like Opening - Just A Small Toothpick Diameter Hole That Looks To Be Healing Over. No Infection Or Inflammation. From The Look Of The Wound, I Would Say That Mia The Cat Is Fine, Yet She Is Really Lethargic. I'Ve Always Gaged The Severity Of The Situation By The State Of The Wound, And In This Case I Would Say That It Is Probably Safe To Give Up The Clavamox (Because It Makes Her Vomit) Because The Wound Looks Like It Is Healing Really Well. Yet She Is Lethargic. I Don'T Want To Have To Pay For A Vet Bill Right Now Unless I Have To. Is Lethargy Normal After A Fight And A Wound Like This? Assuming The Wound Continues To Look Like It'S Healing In A Healthy Manner, Might Her Lethargy Pass After A Few Days? Thank You.

no. the lethargy is showing that this infection has traveled past the original point of origin, and is causing more problems. Do you know if she has a fever? Is she eating? If yes the first and no to the second, ignore everything but the next line of this post.

I am full on the soap box stand of this cat NEEDS to go to a vet. If you are in such financial straights that this is not possible to beg borrow or sell something to get her there, then you might want to try giving the clavamox in half doses every six hours. Clavamox is a BID medication, but it is known to cause upset stomachs. Trying a smaller dose more frequently MIGHT get your kitty around that issue.

But there is a very good chance that even if she takes and doesn't vomit the clavamox that she has already moved beyond the point where it will help her fast enough. She might need something additional or a stronger antibiotic to fight off the infection. Another question is, how old is the clav? might it be expired and what is the source? is it possible that it is counterfit? I wish you luck

What Is The Difference Between Veterinary Science And Veterinary Medicine At University?
I Am Looking To Study One Of These At University. I Don'T Particularly Like Surgery However I Am Looking For The Best Course. Please Give Me As Much Information As Possible And Please Don'T Just Give Me Links!

Well, it's hard to judge because universities in different countries have different educational systems...

In the United States:
Generally a veterinary sciences program is an undergraduate certification or degree. It will prepare you to be a vet. technician or serve as a pre-vet program for those who wish to become veterinarians. Veterinary medicine is a graduate program requiring an undergraduate degree and very good VCAT scores. Following graduation from a veterinary medical school, you possess a DVM and will be considered a veterinarian.

If you don't like surgery, you probably should avoid both of these careers...

Question About Veterinary Science?
Is An Animal Science/Veterinary Science Major A 4 Year Degree?

yes