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Q. My two year old female cat has a red/brown coloured blood like stuff from her girly bits pls help

Answered By
LINDSEY EDWARDS MVB, BSC, IVCA

A. As she is not spayed I would be querying either pregnancy/labor or an infection. If she is restless, in pain or running a fever she should be examined as soon as possible by a vet.

Answered By
DAVID ELBEZE, DVM, MRCVS

A. She might have a urine infection or a uterine infection. A uterine infection is more serious and will require her to be spayed as soon as possible. A urine infection is usually treatable with an antibiotic course and some supportive meds.

Take her to your vet as she will need treatment either way.


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