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We can not forget that our beloved cats do not stop being predators and their organism is perfectly designed for hunting, an example of this are their pads. The pads of the cat have sensitivity, this sensitivity is used to measure the temperature of the surface on which they walk, as well as to evaluate the texture of their prey.
But obviously the pads are also resistant and are designed so that the cat can withstand certain punctures and tears while walking. We can also observe changes in the color of the pads depending on the type of coat of our cat.
Undoubtedly it is an anatomical structure of great importance for our pet, therefore, in this article we show you how to heal wounds on cat pads.
Those cats that have greater contact with the outside and are more explorers are especially susceptible to suffer a wound in the pad, so you should check your cat’s pad before the main ones warning symptoms which are the following:
Whenever it is a superficial wound or burn, it can be treated at home in the manner of first aid, in the opposite case, you must go to the veterinarian so that he proceeds to perform the cure.
If your cat has suffered a small wound on your pad, you should proceed as follows to perform an adequate cure:
If you want to use a more natural cure, you should only change the chlorhexidine digluconate by aloe vera pulp 100% natural. The pulp of this cactus will help to reduce pain and inflammation, in addition, it will accelerate the healing process and tissue repair.
When carrying out the daily cure observe how the wound evolves, in the event that there is bleeding and it does not stop or we do not see improvement in healing, we should go to the veterinarian without delay, since in some cases small interventions may be necessary that only the veterinarian is able to perform.
This article is merely informative, in .com we do not have the faculty to prescribe veterinary treatments or make any kind of diagnosis. We invite you to take your pet to the veterinarian in case of any type of condition or discomfort.
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