FeLV+ rescue Negrita rushed to the vet hospital after a large infected wound was found in her anal area.

FeLV+ rescue Negrita rushed to the vet’s

FeLV+ rescue Negrita rushed to the vet hospital after a large infected wound was found in her anal area. She was diagnosed with an anal gland infection.
Vet visit UPDATE: The vet explained that, in senior cats, anal glands can become infected and create an abscess; a very painful condition that often leads to constipation.

Negrita was given shots of corticosteroids, anti-inflammatory and antibiotics and she had to be hospitalized to have the abscess drained and constipation monitored.

The fact that she’s a senior cat with Leukemia (FeLV+) makes her be more at risk.

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