A cat named Cleo had a very bad turn. Returning from an outing in the garden, his owners noticed blood around his mouth. Arrived at the veterinarian, the feline ended up on the operating table.
When they sneak into the garden, our friends with long mustaches and velvet paws like to indulge in the art of hunting. Sometimes accidents happen without warning… lincolnin England, Cleo couldn’t resist the temptation to catch a bird. In the evening, the cat came home with serious injuries.
When Callum Hedley and his partner Kim Washbourn saw red liquid on her pretty face, they rushed her to the veterinary clinic Vets Now. ” I saw her sitting on the windowsill and immediately knew something was wrongsaid the 26-year-old owner, when i looked closer there was blood around her mouth and she was constantly drooling. We think she went bird hunting and pierced her tongue. »
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A long night of waiting
During the consultation, the medical professionals discovered a terrible injury. The pussy’s tongue had been practically ripped in 2.” Surgery was necessaryexplained the veterinarian Claire Hill, After doing a thorough review and discussing options with Cleo’s owners, we made the decision to continue the operation that night. It was a very delicate procedure where we had to cut out the damaged part of the tongue and then reconstruct it. »
The intervention lasted several hours, reports the website of Vets Now. The couple, steeped in anguish, stood next to the telephone all night. When callum and Kim received the long-awaited call, they let out a long sigh of relief. Their beloved little 4-legged friend had survived!
” We were really afraid of losing hersaid the young woman of 27 years, at first she was tube fed and we weren’t sure if she would ever be able to feed or clean herself again. It was such a stressful time, but the staff were awesome. They were so caring and let us in to stay with her while she recovered from surgery. »
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The cat has resumed the course of its life
Over the weeks, the cat regained her strength and recovered. According to her owners, she has started feeding and grooming herself again. Like nothing ever happened “. We can say that the beautiful Cleo come a long way!
Thanks to the surgery, the many treatments received and the love of her family, the cat has resumed her daily routine. We just hope – and her owners too – that in the future she will be more careful of the birds!
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