If you have recently bought yourself a cute little puppy or kitten, then you have probably immediately felt attached to it and would do anything to make sure it is safe. Hearing that they need to be desexed can be a bit of a shock, but it is all for a good reason. The health benefits alone could save your beloved pet from an early grave, and to add to that, pet desexing makes them far more amicable due to a lack of sexual frustration.
The days before surgery can be a slightly nervous time, even when the surgery is as routine as it gets. Your cat might be blissfully unaware that she's about to be desexed, but you certainly know, and a few concerns are perfectly natural. Since she's about to be desexed, you might not be paying close attention to her heat cycles. After all, they'll soon be a thing of the past. So what should you do if your cat goes into heat just before she's scheduled to be desexed?
Cats gave garnered a reputation of being choosy, more so when it comes to their food. As a result, some pet owners do not bat an eye when their feline overlooks their food bowl during meals. But a balanced diet is crucial for the health of your cat. So it is your responsibility to ensure that despite these finicky behaviours, your cat is still ingesting food from time to time so that they can receive the nutrition they need.
You may not think your cat would show much interest in antifreeze, but cats actually tend to enjoy the taste of it. It's thought that antifreeze tastes sweet to them, but the active ingredient in antifreeze, ethylene glycol, is actually poisonous to cats. It's easy for a little antifreeze to spill when topping up a car's reservoir tank, so you need to be vigilant during the colder months. Check regularly for spills around cars in your street, and consider making your neighbours aware of how dangerous antifreeze is for cats.