How long does it take for enucleation to heal?
You will be able to return to normal activity soon after surgery. The orbit should heal quickly and you should be able to return to school or work within 2 to 6 weeks. You should not lift more than 10 pounds, strain, or rub your eye for at least 14 days after surgery.
What should I look for after cherry eye surgery?
After surgery, the third eyelid may appear reddened and swollen for a few days or even weeks; this is expected. You may also notice some blood-tinged discharge from the eye for the first few days.
When is the best time to spay or neuter a Maine Coon?
If you have chosen of neutering/spaying your Maine Coon cat, you need to have them have their surgery at the right age. Maine Coons should be neutered before they typically hit puberty: neutering them between 4 and 6 months of age would be ideal. Until some years ago, veterinarians used to wait until the kittens were at least 6 months old.
How old does a Maine Coon have to be to have kidney problems?
As your cats ages, or if the disease is severe enough a Maine Coon will see these cysts enlarge and ‘push out’ the healthy kidney tissue resulting in a reduced effect from the kidney. This is often painless to the cat. Veterinarians suggest that you most likely will not see symptoms of the disease until your Maine coon is around 7 years old.
How much does a 3 year old Maine Coon weigh?
Mature Maine Coon females, who have already turned 3 years old, in weight can reach about 4.5 or 7.5 kg, and males – 8-10 kg. These indicators are average. Of course, your pet may grow with other indicators of weight.
What to do if your Maine Coon has bladder problems?
If your Maine Coon seems to be having difficulty, perhaps overly smelling of urine, then your cat could have bladder problems, infections or any manner of blockages. Depending on severity, this can be fatal and you should consult a veterinarian immediately.