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Ask A Cat Vet Online Now?
A Homeless Cat Showed Up On Our Back Porch And Was Cleaning Its Paws That Looked Normal Until It Started Cleaning Its Belly &Amp; A Tumor Looking Growth That Is Slightly Bloody And Doesnt Look Normal At All! I Dont Have A Vehicle And I Dont Have The Money To Help Pay For Medical Attention. I Dont Know What To Do!!!!

Vets have a duty of care to treat a sick or injured animal that is not owned. Please take the cat to your nearest vets and they should treat it free of charge.

Why Do U All Recommend &Quot;Asking A Vet&Quot; For Behavior Problems..?
I Am Just Curious As I Have Asked Many Questions Over The Last Few Days And Always Got Rude Answers But Very Little Helpful Information. My Dog Has Developed Aggression Towards My Other Dogs If Food Is Around...This Is His Only Issue But According To Everyone On Here I Have Screwed Him Up For Life And Should Get Rid Of Him. I Came Here Looking For Help And The First Place I Asked Was The Vet. I Was Told There Is Nothing I Can Do, This Is The Way He Is And To Keep Him Away From Food While He Is In The House...Ok But Accidents Happen... I Was Also Told By An Employee Of The Vet That I Could Spank Him And When He Growls To Pick Him Up By The Neck And Shake Him...I Am Not Stupid And Will Not Do That.... My Point Is That Some Of Us Like Me Are Just Looking For Suggestions From People That Have Been Through It And Referring Us To The Vet Is Of No Help. I Have Found A Behaviorist Who I Will Be Working With To Fix Him But I Just Wanted To Know Why Most People Refuse To Offer Advise To People Looking For Suggestions.

I don't recall answering your questions and if I did I do apologize if I seemed rude. I don't intend to but I can be rather...short. Food aggression does need a behaviorist, as you have done. KUDOS to you. As for why recommend a vet? Many times when a dogs behavior changes it is because of health problems. Example, pain will make a formally gentle dog suddenly start snapping. A dog that was energetic and suddenly slows down or changes the way it plays may not be feeling well or in pain. From my experience when a dog changes the best place to start is with a vet (a good one) then take it from there. The problem may be emotional and you need a behaviorist, or it could simply be poor quality food causing problems. Good luck with the pooch. Let me know the progress, I do care.

24 Hour Cat Hospital Long Island Ny Urgent?
We Recently Came Across A Cat With A Huge Gash On It'S Shoulder. I Wanna Do As Much As I Can To Help. We (My Friend And I) Did Everything We Could. Meaning We Call Every Single Number In The Book, We Called The Cops Twice, And Talked To The Owner. She Is A Hoader And Is Very Indenial So She Denied The Cat Having Any Injury. We Are Going To Do What We Pretty Much Have No Other Option To Do And Take Matters Into Our Own Hands. We'Re Going To Get The Cat And Try To Take It To An Animal Hospital But We Need Help Finding One. All That We Have Called Are Either Closed, Or Will Not Take An Animal At The Time. We Really Need Help Finding The Following. ~ An Animal Shelter That Is Currently Open. ~ Around Ridge, Middle Island, Coram, Or Somewhere Along Those Lines (Long Island Ny) ~ And Most Likey A Place That Will Allow Us To Just Drop The Animal Off And Keep It There. If You Know Anything That May Be Of Any Help To Us Please Please Help This Is Really Urgent. Thank You.

In the source box i have a website for you. I searched Long Island, NY animal hospitals and found 10 of them near you. All of them have phone numbers. Only one of them (the first one) is open 24 hours. Good Luck with the cat. Hope you can get it to the hospital!! If not make sure to clean the wound and bandage it until you can get medical help..

P.S. even if the hospital won't keep the cat... you can always keep it for yourself.. or bring it to a no kill animal shelter nearby you..

Help!! Injured Cat No Animal Hospital Open!!!?
Just Found A Cat, Open Wound On Its Front Left Paw. Circular About A Quarter In In Diameter. It Is Swollen Looks Like Maybe An Abcess Cat Is A Stray And Limping Very Badly It Must Be Pretty Painful. No Animal Hospital Is Open Right Now. Should I Bandage It Or Let It Keep Licking It And Taking Care Of It Itself?

I would say leave it unbandaged let him lick it and let the air get to it . He would probably tear the bandage off anyway without an e-collar
But the cat does need treatment tomorrow to drain the abcess and probably antibiotics. Can you get the cat and keep it indoors so you can get it to a hospital in the AM?

As far as what you can do for him now, give him some fresh water and feed him. (if by chance he is extremely emaciated, then only give him some small amount of food like boiled chicken, very bland. and not much at once)
The first aid thing would be to flush the wound with sterile saline solution.. BUT since this is a stray cat you have just found and you dont know each other, you should be very careful in doing anything that might even scare him . He is probably already in pain and stressed, and if you add the stress of being restrained etc, he might bite out of fear. Cat bites can be serious and then the cat won't be the only one needing an A/B shot. Plus you don't even know if this cat has been exposed to rabies. So it may be best to leave the medical treatment to the professionals. In any case, when handling him you should be very careful, wear a long sleeved jacket and gloves and preferably have help from a friend. If needed you can wrap the cat in a thick towel.
But really the safer choice would be to keep the cat confined overnight and tomorrow enlist the help of a friend if needed to get him into a carrier or cage and get him to the vet.

P.S. In case you are considering it, I would not put anything else on there like Neosporin since the cat keeps licking it.

Is It Really Nescessary For Me To Neuter My Rabbit?
Okay Im Planning On Getting A Male Rabbit Only One, It Wont Really Be Around Any Other Rabbits Unless At Some Point It Comes In Contact With One Of My Friend'S Rabbits(Also Male, But Not Neutered) Should I Really Get It Neutered Or Will It Be Fine?

Altered rabbits are healthier and live longer than unaltered rabbits. Your neutered male rabbit will live longer, given that he won't be tempted to fight with other animals (rabbits, cats, etc.) due to his sexual aggression.

Altered rabbits make better companions. They are calmer, more loving, and dependable once the undeniable urge to mate has been removed. In addition, rabbits are less prone to destructive (chewing, digging) and aggressive (biting, lunging, circling, growling) behaviour after surgery.

Avoidance of obnoxious behavior. Unneutered male rabbits spray, and both males and females are much easier to litter train, and much more reliably trained, after they have been altered.

Altered rabbits won't contribute to the problem of overpopulation of rabbits. Over 7 million adorable dogs, cats, and rabbits are killed in animal shelters in this country every year. In addition, unwanted rabbits are often abandoned in fields, parks, or on city streets to fend for themselves, where they suffer from starvation, sickness, and are easy prey to other animals or traffic accidents.

Altered rabbits can safely have a friend to play with. Rabbits are social animals and enjoy the company of other rabbits. But unless your rabbit is altered, he or she cannot have a friend, either of the opposite sex, or the same sex, due to sexual and aggressive behaviors triggered by hormones.

Spaying and neutering for rabbits has become a safe procedure when performed by experienced rabbit veterinarians. The House Rabbit Society has had over 1000 rabbits spayed or neutered with approximately 0.1% mortality due to anesthesia. A knowledgeable rabbit veterinarian can spay or neuter your rabbit with very little risk to a healthy rabbit. Don't allow a veterinarian with little or no experience with rabbits to spay or neuter your rabbit.

Anyone Had Their Rabbit Neutered?
I'M Getting A Buck And A Doe, So I Will Have To Neuter The Buck. I'Ve Been Thinking That It'S Quite Cruel, But It'S Necessary, So I Just Wanted To Know: 1. What'S The Operation Like? 2. Are There Any Risks With The Anaesthetic? 3. Is It Traumatizing To The Rabbit? 4. What Would I Need To Do In The Week Before And After The Operation?

I have had one of my rabbits spayed out of the two I have. The neuter operation is a lot less risky than the spay (the spay operation involves an internal operation). There is always risks with anesthetic, but my rabbit was fine. Week before, book the operation. You are not allowed to give the rabbit much food the day before the operation because the stomach needs to be empty to operate. Afterwards make sure the rabbit is healthy and she/he will be fine.