Cat bleeding from vulva

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Pyometra is a serious type of infection that can affect any animal with a uterus including cats. If left untreated, pyometra can be fatal. Because of this, it is extremely important for cat owners to know how to prevent and treat this infection before it causes problems for their pets. Pyometra is a bacterial infection of the uterus so it only affects cats that have not been spayed. This uncommon type of pyometra that may occur on a spayed cat with some remaining ovarian tissue is referred to as a stump pyometra.

Pyometra in Cats

My Cat Is Bleeding From Her Private Area - Causes & Treatment

Anytime your cat is in pain or bleeding, you go into parent mode and just want to know she'll be alright. If she's leaking watery blood, the culprit, fortunately, is relatively easy for a vet to determine, and most of the time, the condition making her uncomfortable is treatable. Vaginal discharge has different causes, but they often look similar, including an oozy discharge of pus, mucus, blood and other bodily fluids leaking from kitty's vagina. Because the blood mixes in with other fluids, it can look cloudy, thin or watered down. Only a vet can diagnose the cause, which could be anything from a failed pregnancy to physical trauma, an infection or even a congenital defect. More serious than a simple infection, urinary tract diseases can cause your cat to leak watery blood. It looks watery because it's typically mixed with urine, which also is a reliable indicator that your cat is in pain, and probably having difficulty going to the bathroom.

My Cat Is Bleeding From Her Private Area - Causes & Treatment

She's an indoor cat that won't even attempt to go outside even if the door is opened in front of her. If your cat is bleeding anywhere else, like from its eye, nose, ear, mouth, anus, than you should go and see the vet. My 18 year old female cat has diabetes but because of her age and dislike of shots she is not being treated for it. Adrienne Farricelli author on June 29, Please see your vet, not much that can be done at home for cat uti. The best way to tell if your cat is having a miscarriage is to take it to the vet.
See files for Cats. If you notice that your cat is bleeding from her private area , it is completely normal to feel alarmed. Generally, if your cat is bleeding from her vulva, it is a sign that she is facing a health problem.