1 year old cat in stomach pain after being spayed 6 months ago..
My cat Delilah has always been feisty! But for the past 8 months she has been very agitated and we thought when she got spayed it might help. After that she got worst, attacking us when we would walk by, and hiss if we tried to pet her. She has gotten a little better, but now I notice when she does allow me to hold her she has a large lump in her lower abdomen. I can feel it with my entire hand, not just a small bump. It feels like it is filled with fluid and she looks like she is pregnant, just to give you a thought of how large it actually is, I know she cannot be pregnant. Is this a hernia, or cyst from the surgery, and why would it take so long to appear or be so sensitive to the touch. She is an indoor cat and has gotten out a few times but was quickly found. ANY ONE KNOW WHATS GOING ON WITH HER?
hi...you really need to get your kitty to a Vet asap. she is most likely suffering with an internal infection and this can be very serious...
I will give you a link to read on all the possible complications of spaying...
please be sure to get this looked after, she must be in alot of discomfort..
keep us updated and all the best..
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