For cats that have experienced a spontaneous abortion due to bacteria or parasite, a veterinarian will diagnose the condition and offer a variety of options for medical treatment. In addition, the cat should be carefully monitored for signs of a more serious medical condition.
Following a spontaneous abortion, there can be a great deal of discomfort and/or some vaginal bleeding or abnormal discharge. In many cases, some long-term bacterial issues arise. Pet owners should carefully observe the behavior of their cat to ensure no serious problems develop.
The hollow bodily organ that holds the embryo and fetus and provides nourishment; only found in female animals.