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my cat has had an operation for a wart like growth near its

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my cat has had an operation for a wart like growth near its eye at first when he came home he was fine but the last few days hehas been acting strange not sociable at all and sits in a box . he does eat and drink but doesnt seem to want to interact with us. he was such a loving friendly cat and i am concerned
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Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Cat
Expert:  Sophie-Vet replied 3 years ago.

Sophie-Vet :

Hi there, my name is ***** ***** I am a registered veterinarian and I would like to try to help you/

Sophie-Vet :

We can see this type of behavior post surgery when patients are stressed or painful. I think it is worth discussing your current pain medications with your vet in the morning to see if they may need adjusting.

Sophie-Vet :

You could also try getting some Zylkene caspsules. They are made with milk protiens that can help to reassure your pet and help him feel safe and secure. He may feel a little stressed post operatively as it is a change in his normal routine. It is natural, non-sedative and available over the counter.

Sophie-Vet :

I hope this is helpful information. I hope your little one feels better soon. If you need anything else at all please don't hesitate to reply. Please don't forget to rate/accept my answer if it has been of use.

Sophie-Vet :

All the best with Cato, Sophie

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Expert:  Sophie-Vet replied 3 years ago.
Hey, how are things today. Just wondering if you had a moment to rate/accept my answer so I will be acknowledged for helping you. I hope your little one is doing ok, all the best, Sophie