Cat Emergency Situations

Hit By Car

If your cat has been hit by a vehicle, keep him/her warm with a towel or blanket, apply pressure to any bleeding wounds, and seek immediate attention.

Open Mouth Breathing

If your cat is having difficulty breathing or is open-mouth breathing, seek immediate attention. When bringing your cat into the hospital, try to keep him/her as calm and stress-free as possible.

Excessive Bleeding

If your cat is bleeding from a wound, apply pressure and bandage the area. Seek immediate attention. If your cat has blood in his/her stool, vomit, or from the mouth or nose, do not offer him/her food. Collect a sample of the vomit or stool and seek immediate attention.

Ingestion of Poisons or Inappropriate Medications

If your cat has eaten any type of poison, prescription medication, or antifreeze, bring the packaging or bottle with you and seek immediate attention.

Inability to Rise, Walk, or Paralysis

If your cat cannot stand on his/her own or if any limb is paralyzed, seek immediate attention.

Staggering or Seizures

If your cat has a seizure that lasts over 5 minutes or is having repeat seizure events over a 24-hour period, seek immediate attention.

Inability to Pass Urine

If your male cat is straining to urinate or he takes frequent trips to the litter box and no urine is produced, he may have a blockage. Seek immediate attention.

Excessive Bite Wounds

If your cat has been bitten by another animal or venomous/poisonous snake, seek immediate attention.

Bulging or Injured Eye

If your cat has a bulging or injured eye, please seek immediate attention.

Not Eating

If your cat has not eaten for 3 or more days, he/she may be very sick. Seek immediate attention.

Excessive Vocalizations or Crying Out

If your cat is crying out excessively, seek immediate attention.
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