Recently visited a relative of mine who daily feeds 25 to 50 stray,wild, and border line tame cats.Many I saw have eye infections,and other problems I could recognize visually,possible skin disorders,hair missing from tails and hind quarters.Most likely many of them also have parasites.They are all congregated together for a daily food sourse.Was wondering if there was a general antibiotic to be given orally to a feline population with diverse illnesses and ages of both genders.I realize this is an odd situation,would like to help this person out as much as possible,any advice you can give would be very much appreciated!!Thank you.
My Bengal cat (2yo male neutered) is thought to have feline hyperesthesia syndrome. He is constantly rubbing up against thinks, licking his tail and lower back, darting off wildly and has a very sensitive lower back area. He rolls aroung on his back alot as though it is itching. When he was castrated at the age of about 9 months, he became terribly sick, he was taken to the vets and eventually found to have an abnormal swelling that had been caused by the operation. He was given anti-inflammatories and antibiotics and this seemed to clear but was left with a bald patch in this area (top of spine). He has displayed this behaviour for some time, hard to say exactly when it started.
Could you please explain what this illness is and is it life threatening. I understand that medication can be given. Is the he in any pain?
We just bought 3 Sucuta turtles to have as pets and one of them has squirted a white liquid substance from his butt and the others haven’t. Is he sick or is it normal? Should we be worried?