Regardless of the type of surgery, caring for your cat after surgery can be a challenge. Cats may be uncomfortable, experience pain, and their ability to move around freely may need to be temporarily restricted. Knowing what to expect, and what to watch out for, can make caring for your cat after surgery less stressful for you and help your cat recover faster.
After surgery cats need a quiet place to rest and preferably should be kept away from other pets or small children.
At Cabana Chats cats are able to still enjoy fresh air, some sun and the sound of the birds ( and the sea ) while they recuperate. As well as being able to see the other guests while they lie in a bed of soft blankets with easy access to a litter box, food and water.
We are also able to monitor signs that may indicate that your cat is in pain like behavior changes (quieter than normal, hiding, pacing, aggression), decreased or no appetite, increased respiratory rate, or vocalization. the use of the litter box and any reasons for concern and same applies to the intake of food and water
Administering medication and trips to the vet for dressing changes etc and normally additional charges.