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  • Someone asked:
    Injecting a Cat at Home Hello, my cat is 3 months old. As a result of bloody diarrhea, I took him to the vet and he gave 2 drugs, one under the skin and one orally, he said 3-4 days of treatment. I made the injections at home, but I doubt whether it is correct. After injecting the drug, his hair got wet and the drug flowed. I wonder if the medicine is destroyed as it is, I did not understand for 3 days. There was no discharge from the injection done by the vet on the first day and by me on the second day. Could that be why it hasn't healed?
    • Bengal Cat replied:
      If you do not have enough knowledge in the field of medicine, doing this yourself is very risky for the health of the animal. Apart from giving injections yourself, even medications should not be given with recommendations without taking them to the veterinarian. Otherwise, the consequences could be serious. A wrong operation can injure or kill your cat. Our advice to you is to take your cat to your veterinarian. Needling, care, and treatment of specialists always yield much better results.
  • Someone asked:
    Cat Eye Infection, Cat Conjunctivitis Hello. I can't go to the veterinarian because the cat eye infection vet cost is expensive for me. That's why I'm writing here. For the last 1-2 years, our cats' eyes have always been running. The kitten also has eye discharge. There is a bloody layer in his eyes. We give eye drops and antibiotics for cats but after a while, it happens again. Is there a complete cure for this disease?
    • Bengal Cat replied:
      Cats appear to have an eye infection. There is a risk of blindness if the cat eye infection is not treated. You can treat this disease in two stages. Before these stages, you should use Terramycin for cat eye infections. Terramycin is an ointment and an effective remedy. It is also known as the best remedy for cat eye infections. 1 - Drop tea on a cotton ball and clean the cat's eyelids. If there is no tea, there will be warm water. This softens the eye area. Then take oxygenated water and batticon. First, clean it again with oxygenated water without contacting the eyes. Then make the dressing with batticon. Then follow the second step. 2 - Buy an antimicrobial eye drop containing boric acid from the pharmacy. Your cats may become cranky after the drop. Be sure to hold it tightly by the neck of the neck and drip it into the eye. It will take effect after a few weeks. We still recommend that you find an opportunity and go to the vet first. Cat Conjunctivitis is the most commonly diagnosed eye infection in cats. The infection leads to conjunctiva inflammation. If left untreated, the conjunctiva can cause eye damage, vision loss, and blindness. Cat conjunctivitis treatment should be done without delay.
  • Someone asked:
    My Cat Is Sleeping A Lot, Is It Normal? My cat has been sleeping excessively for about 5 days, she would normally wake up at the slightest sound, but now she sleeps like a log so to speak. Is it because of the hot weather?
    • Bengal Cat replied:
      Gaining your cat's trust in the home and you means deeper sleep. In other words, if I sleep soundly, he may even dream with the thought that nothing will happen to me anyway. Of course, the increase in hot air also makes it mashed. Also, cats are animals that love to sleep. As long as the sleep does not leave its place to weakness, there is no need to fear.
  • Someone asked:
    My Cat Has A Wound On Its Jaw. Hello, a week ago I took a cat that was hit by a car home. He had a small scar on his chin, but it got bigger and bigger. The vet said to change the food, but I couldn't be too confident. I use ND brand chicken food. Should I be worried?
    • Bengal Cat replied:
      We recommend that you listen to the veterinarian. The chicken in the food can cause allergies in cats. We may encounter this type of rash and hair loss in allergic reactions. The better the quality of the food, the chicken can cause allergic reactions. If you switch to chicken-free food, the problem will gradually disappear.
  • Someone asked:
    Cat Mouth Wounds, Cat Breath Smell Hello there. I found your site while searching Google for a home remedy for cat mouth sores. We found a kitten on the street. He had been kicked in the mouth, his jaw was shattered, and some of his teeth were broken. There is a hollow in the wound. When we found it, a piece of meat was shaking in his mouth. You have an odor in your mouth. That's why the cat's breath smells bad. I had to take him to the vet for cat mouth sores and cat lip sores. Our vet pulled out his broken teeth. He gave iodine glycerin to his mouth and we used klamox antibiotic syrup. Although it recovers a little over time, that wound in its mouth recurs from time to time, it smells bad again and it opens again. We continue to iodine glycerin again. But even if it gets better, it repeats after a few weeks and it smells incredibly bad. Is there any solution to this?
    • Bengal Cat replied:
      First of all, thank you very much for your nice behavior. As a result of the veterinarian's procedures, the cavity in the wound will close in time. Jaw integrity will also improve. It will not take long for the chin to heal. Cleaning with Baticon should be continued. In this process, the veterinarian will inject 2 or more antibiotics. He will also dress frequently. In a very short time, the kitten will recover. Since the sores and inflammations in the mouth will be completely gone, the smell will also disappear completely.
  • Someone asked:
    My Cat Is Shedding Hello. First of all, I would like to thank everyone who contributed to preparing such a useful and beautiful platform. I would have a question. My cat is shedding. My cat is 1 year old and has never shed before. I was combing once or twice a week. There was very little fluff. Now even though I brush it every day, it is constantly falling out. When I don't comb for a day or two, there is fluff everywhere. Hair falls out not only when combing, but even while petting. My cat won't go outside. He can eat anything except fish. I always give ready-made food. I use dry food. What do you think should I do about the cat hair loss problem?
    • Bengal Cat replied:
      Firstly, get well soon. One of the most common problems is that the cat sheds a lot. You didn't mention the breed of your cat. We do not know whether it is a less shedding cat breed or a non-shedding cat breed. There may be one or more reasons why your cat is shedding. One of the causes of hair loss in cats can be stress. Your cat may have been stressed because of you or any change in its environment. If there is a change in their behavior, they are likely to be stressed. We are currently in the transition period. So cat shedding season. There may also be hair loss problems in cats during seasonal changes. This may take several weeks. Another reason may be the food you use. If you are using chicken food, switch to fish food. If you've changed the formula brand recently, switch to the old formula. We recommend using quality food. Cheap foods can have side effects. Another reason is if your cat has any disease. Hair loss may occur in some diseases. If it's not one of the reasons we've listed, he's probably sick. We recommend that you consult a veterinarian without wasting time to get more precise information about cat shedding. There is also a furminator for cats. When combing for cat health, you should use a furminator, especially during this period.
  • Someone asked:
    Does My Cat Have a Balance Problem? My daughter has been missing her destination 3 times since yesterday. Normally we have never experienced anything like this. At this time, we are giving some wet food extra. Could it be caused by it? Because of an excess of protein. Or in your eyes there is a problem?
    • Bengal Cat replied:
      You can use a rope or a toy that he can follow with his eyes to control his eye movements. It may have been hit by falling from a high place while you were not at home or sleeping. Excess protein often causes problems in the kidneys. It's not about balance. If he does not have problems such as trembling in his body, falling while walking straight, we cannot say that he lost balance. Contrary to what you might think, he may just be a little clumsy.
  • Someone asked:
    Hello, My Cat, which I owned when I was 2 months old from the street, is now 3 months old. He has very little hair on his head, from his eyes to his ears. Does he have a problem, or is it something that appears in cats? Symmetrically, there are also 2 sides.
    • Bengal Cat replied:
      It's a normal situation. Sometimes they scratch them all the time, so there's little hair. Don't worry.
  • Someone asked:
    My cat's had diarrhea. We're cleaning up the sand, but I put a carpet under them last 5 minutes and he did it on top of them . He peed on the couch. Then your laundry. But he doesn't do it right where he is. There are two other cats in the house (his brother and mother) who have no such problems. Should we take him to the vet?
    • Bengal Cat replied:
      I don't think the advice I'm gonna give you is gonna work. It is best to start treatment immediately.
  • Someone asked:
    I'm 13,we've been looking at a kitten at our school for a long time. He was staying in the gym. He had 9 Cubs. All but 3 of them are very moving. They travel all the time. It's probably 2 weeks or 2.5 weeks. They walk and walk. The gym teacher didn't want him in the room, so they took him to the boiler room because they traveled a lot. He said that the person who looked at the boiler room was dangerous, and that they would be afraid of the sound coming out of the machines. I'm very sorry. Actually, I wanted to take someone. I told Mom. My mom's such a jerk. he said things. I know you can't throw it out when I bring it home, saying I found it on the street. Because he can't do. Once something like that happened again .:) I consulted our teacher, they gave permission. My other friend and I are thinking of owning it. My main question is, when I bring the cat home, I can't get vaccinated for 3-4 months. During this time, I am thinking of nesting with him on my own terms, and I can give him all my love.Would it be dangerous if I couldn't get their vaccine for 3-4 months, would you help?
    • Bengal Cat replied:
      If the sand container is cleaned regularly, it will be fine if it eats healthily. Be careful with the risk of internal parasites, if you avoid raw meat and low-quality cheap food, whether you get vaccinated or not will be a problem.