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Cat Injury Treatments

No one wants to imagine their pet hurt, but learning about cat injury treatments can help you feel prepared. Check out information on cat injury treatments.

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How to Treat a Cat That has Fallen Off a High-Rise Building

Cats love to perch on windowsills. Unfortunately, cats sometimes fall down. An important part of cat care is knowing how to treat a cat in this situation. Learn to treat a cat that has fallen.


How to Treat a Cat That has Fallen Off a High-Rise Building

Cats love to perch on windowsills. Unfortunately, cats sometimes fall down. An important part of cat care is knowing how to treat a cat in this situation. Learn to treat a cat that has fallen. See more »

How to Treat a Cat With a Fishhook Embedded in its Body

Cats like the taste of fish, so they seem like a logical pair. But cats and fishhooks are a dangerous combination. Learn what to do when a fishhook is embedded in your cat. See more »

How to Treat a Cat That has Frostbite

When a cat is exposed to freezing temperatures for a long period of time, there is always the possibility of frostbite. Learn how to help a cat exposed to this serious condition. See more »

How to Treat a Cat That has Been Stung by an Insect

Cats love to frolic outdoors, but sometimes nature can take its toll in the form of an insect sting. Learn more about what to do when a cat has been stung by an insect. See more »

How to Treat a Poisoned Cat

Cats are curious creatures, which can lead to accidental poisonings. It is your responsibility as a pet owner to keep all potentially toxic products out of reach. Learn to treat a poisoned cat. See more »

How to Treat a Cat With Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Inhalation

Smoke and carbon monoxide inhalation are life-threatening situations for cats. It's important to know what to do if your cat is conscious or unconscious after both inhalation emergencies. Learn how to help your cat. See more »

How to Treat a Cat With Toad Poisoning

Cats need to be careful of contact with toads. The poison in a toad's saliva causes severe symptoms within minutes. Learn what to do when a cat is suffering from toad poisoning. See more »

How to Treat a Cat in Shock

Shock is an extremely serious and life-threatening condition for a cat. Shock is a reaction to heavy internal or external bleeding. Learn what to do when a cat is suffering from shock. See more »

How to Treat a Cat That Has Been Sprayed by a Skunk

Cats are very playful in the outdoors. Unfortunately, skunks are one of the major carriers of rabies in North America. Learn what to do when a cat has been sprayed by a skunk. See more »

How to Treat a Cat That Has a Snakebite

When cats travel outdoors, they can run into snakes. Most snakes are nonpoisonous, but their bite still can be harmful to your cat. Learn what to do when a cat has suffered a snakebite. See more »