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DCat been to emergency vets

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ArgusFilchsCat Tue 30-Apr-19 08:54:13

Poor DCat. She was attacked last night. There are 3 big Toms in the area and I think it was one of those as I had to shoo 2 of them out of the garden yesterday.
She has 2 staples in deep bites at the top of her leg. Cone of shame. Antibiotics and painkillers. She's a gentle cat as well 😞

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MrsCatE Tue 30-Apr-19 10:42:11

Poor you and poor cat. Hope she has a quick recovery. Is there any way you can cat proof your garden to stop the Toms getting in? flowers

Fluffycloudland77 Tue 30-Apr-19 10:58:44

Poor cat, she must be feeling very sorry for herself right now.

YetAnotherSpartacus Tue 30-Apr-19 11:12:01

Poor Baby. I hope that she gets well soon.

ArgusFilchsCat Tue 30-Apr-19 11:21:30

Thanks all. Here is DCat. Very sorry for herself.

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ArgusFilchsCat Tue 30-Apr-19 11:22:35


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ArgusFilchsCat Tue 30-Apr-19 11:24:04

Its a huge garden with mostly hedgerow around it. Dog proof but not catproof sadly

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Tonightstheteriyakichicken Tue 30-Apr-19 11:26:38

Hope your DCat gets well soon.

YetAnotherSpartacus Tue 30-Apr-19 11:27:44

Oh what a Sweetie! Can you keep her in at night?

MrsCatE Tue 30-Apr-19 11:48:29

Any chance for a large catio? She looks lovely; obviously very petite. I have a large, neutered Tom who's almost 9kg - just a moggie, not a special large breed and I dread to think what he could possibly do to such a sweet cat. Don't worry forum, he wouldn't get the chance. Unfortunately, for various reasons he has to be an indoor cat for the forseeable future.

ArgusFilchsCat Tue 30-Apr-19 13:35:09

Its normally a very safe semi rural area. Just these 3 Toms have moved in and decided my garden the place to be. DDog was in last night so that's why I think it may have happened. DCat and DDog get on gear (DCat the makes the rules!) but other cats aren't tolerated.

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orangefolly Tue 30-Apr-19 13:52:48

Oh poor little poppet! Hope she feels better soon 💜

MrsCatE Tue 30-Apr-19 16:32:50

Good news about protective DDog. Hopefully, he'll chase nasty interlopers away.

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