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post #31 of 57
It is.
She will be 6 mnths in Feb.
post #32 of 57
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I'm a little worried because he keeps jumping and trying to play. I don't think I can put him in the carrier- he needs his food and litter box. What should I do? I have him confined to one room but he still jumps on the bed .
post #33 of 57
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I looked at his scrotum and noticed that it was still slightly moist with a tiny bit of blood although most of it was dry. Is this normal?
post #34 of 57
It is ok.
Alot of cats are like that the same day.
post #35 of 57
I think keeping him in one room is best for at least tonight...I have to do that with Molly as well...she is acting all crazy and running all over....I think jumping on the bed is better than running all over...climbing the tree and so on....its hard to keep kitty's down
post #36 of 57
He should be fine. I told you one of my males was very ancy almost like he had the opposite reaction to the anesthesia . He seemed liked he couldn't sit still. Boys are pretty much normal the next day.
post #37 of 57
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he is acting very weird he is spilling his water everywhere, just dipping his paws in the water!! I don't get it..he has never done this before
post #38 of 57
Its from the stuff they gave him.
It will stop soon.
post #39 of 57
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oh wow really? He seems to put his paws in the water and then lick them...He is still really crazy...I'm thinking of moving him to the bathroom to keep him from hurting himself..He can't jump on those counters yet.
post #40 of 57
Put him in the bathroom it is safer.
post #41 of 57
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I just did- He is in there now with his food, water, litter and bed...I turned off the light in there so hopefully he will calm down...I might keep him in there for another day..
post #42 of 57
That is a good idea.
post #43 of 57
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I just hope i'm not stressing him out even more..he is meowing in there
post #44 of 57
You need to ignore him.
He will be quiet soon.
post #45 of 57
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oh wow really? He seems to put his paws in the water and then lick them...He is still really crazy...I'm thinking of moving him to the bathroom to keep him from hurting himself..He can't jump on those counters yet.
make sure it's fairly dark in there - maybe just a nighlight? my vet told me the anesthesia causes some hallucinatory effects. he probably can't really 'see' the water, so he's touching it.
post #46 of 57
I am glad to hear that Jake did well!

My little Levi goes in next week for his, I called today to ask the price, 30.00 AND they keep them overnight after surgery just for the reason as you are experiencing,,, THEY can have unpredictable responses to going under.

I can't get him to the vet by 730am as they need so, I have to drop him off the night before!! THIS is killing me!! I can't stand that he will be alone for that long. I asked if they give them pain medication after the surgery, and they said IF YOU PAY US 10.00 WE WILL!!! WHAT?? Souldn't that be included in the price of the surgery?

Do boys need pain medication?? I don't want to give them money for this and they don't even give him anything. I was confused by that.

WELL, I'm glad Jake is doing well, tell him that only because of his story is Levi getting his "BOYS" chopped...

Melissa
post #47 of 57
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He stayed fairly calm throughout the night and at 5 am started meowing again and I let him out a little. He is not as crazy right now but still isn't sleeping.
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make sure it's fairly dark in there - maybe just a nighlight? my vet told me the anesthesia causes some hallucinatory effects. he probably can't really 'see' the water, so he's touching it.
The only light that was on in the bathroom was the one coming from the street light...What you said would explain his behavior!! Poor baby I can't wait until he is 100% his real self again.


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WELL, I'm glad Jake is doing well, tell him that only because of his story is Levi getting his "BOYS" chopped...

Melissa
Hehe I sure will!! He still did the thing with the sock last night lol even after surgery. He has an extreme sex drive is the way I explain it to myself...

I didn't get pain medication but I did see that they offer it for extra charge. I think it's too much no need to poison his liver and kidneys.
post #48 of 57
My Molly was acting crazy last night as well.....doing the same thing with the water....she didn't settle til I took her in my bedroom and just lied with her ...she finally fell asleep at 10 pm or so...and today is fine
post #49 of 57
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My Molly was acting crazy last night as well.....doing the same thing with the water....she didn't settle til I took her in my bedroom and just lied with her ...she finally fell asleep at 10 pm or so...and today is fine
Wow that thing with the water is pretty strange and unbelievable how it seems that many cats react that way. I am glad she settled down!! I could never get Jake to lie with me the only way he settles down if he is alone in a boring room lol. If someone is there he gets even more crazy...He spilled his water again this morning so I don't think he is 100% back to his old self but he is sleeping now which is great ...I'm so glad Molly is acting normal again
post #50 of 57
Jake will be fine today to I suspect...Molly was knocking over her water again when she woke up...besides that she is acting totally fine....to fine in fact....hard to keep her quiet...I have had several cats "fixed" b4 but I don't recall them acting this way...Mostly the females would hide for the rest of the night...the males all seemd fine when they came home....weird
post #51 of 57
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Jake will be fine today to I suspect...Molly was knocking over her water again when she woke up...besides that she is acting totally fine....to fine in fact....hard to keep her quiet...I have had several cats "fixed" b4 but I don't recall them acting this way...Mostly the females would hide for the rest of the night...the males all seemd fine when they came home....weird
How old is Molly? I think the younger they are the faster they recover...at least that's the impression I got from reading the forms .
post #52 of 57
Molly is 6 months old...I have never had a pet done any earlier...most were between 6 and 9 months old....
post #53 of 57
The breeder told me Cleo was ok when she got home and wantedto play.
She was 3.5 months then and 3.18 pounds.
Meeko is 8.5 years old and had pain but she had pyo also.
She jumped off the table at the vets when we went to get her.
She took the bandage off her front paw where the iv was before we left also.
We tried a the cone thing and she went nuts so we did not use it and she was fine.
All my other cats were younger then her when they were fixed.
Did yourcats get ivs?
post #54 of 57
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I don't think Jake got an IV. It says he got an antibiotic injection and a metacam injection but doesn't say anything about IV.
post #55 of 57
Most males do not get ivs because its so fast.
post #56 of 57
Molly was suppose to get an iv plus sq fuilds
post #57 of 57
Meeko got all that.
First thing she did before we even left the vets was take the bandage off from the iv.
Her paw was bruised from it and was purple.
She is fine now.
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