Wednesday, November 7, 2012

2 weeks after spay - the aggressive cat from Hougang

I have removed her e-collar on Monday. I noticed that she keeps trying to pull out the surgical sutures (which is still very intact) and I'm afraid that it might "tear" her skin or something. Hence, may I know if I need to come back to your clinic to remove the sutures? or will it fall off on its own one day? Should I let her continue to lick her incision site so that the sutures will fall off faster?

.Hope to hear from you soon!

p/s: Thank you for the follow-up call to check on my cat's well being after her enema treatment on the eve of Hari Raya Haji. Great service! =)


Regards,
Di
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EMAIL REPLY FROM DR SING DATED NOV 7, 2011
On Wed, Nov 7, 2012 at 6:31 PM, Kong Yuen Sing <99pups@gmail.com> wrote:
If you have time, best to come and get stitches removed. If no time, put back e-collar and stitches will dissolve in Day 21-30 after surgery or earlier. If you have courage, get a pair of small clean scissors and cut at the knot


PHONE CALL
Phoned owner Nov 7, 2012 6.31 pm
1. She can take out the stitch but will email image of wound area before doing anything.
2. Cat had constipation post op and difficulty taking medication.
3. Cat would eat on day of surgery

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