Most Common CAT POISONS 🐱⚠️ (5 Toxic Products Your Cat Needs to Avoid)

🐈 In this AnimalWised video, we show you some of the most common cat poisons. We explain the 5 most common toxic products to which your cat may be exposed. These include permethrins, rodenticides, NSAIDs, spoiled food and toxic plants. Find out what symptoms of a poisoned cat can present so you cano detect them in time and take your animal to the vet. This is because uregent treatment can mean the difference between life and death if your cat has been poisoned.

In today’s animal-wise video we help you Protect your cat from life-threatening Danger with our guide to the most common Cat poisons see what you need to avoid Permethrin poisoning pyrethins are a Group of anti-parasitic Agents which Include permethrins they are widely used As dewormers for dogs often in the form Of pipettes but also in sprays shampoos And other products they are also Combined with other active ingredients In various products for the home garden And Industrial use these compounds are Adsorbed topically and are not very Toxic in mammals with the exception of Cats for whom it is extremely toxic Poisoning in cats commonly occurs when a Cat lives with a dog that has been Dewormed with this product it can occur Through direct contact between the Animals but it too often happens through The ignorance of Cat Guardians who think They can give dog dewormers to their Felines Clinical signs of Permethrin poisoning And cats include Tremors in coordination Seizures muscle twitching dilated pupils Pain meowing dyspnea hyper or Hypothermia itching diarrhea and Vomiting go to a veterinarian Immediately if you see these symptoms as Prompt treatment can be life-saving Rat poison Rodenticides consist mainly of

Anticoagulant compounds that act as Vitamin K antagonists these include Bromide alone a common rodenticide which Rats find appealing it is a non-species Specific poison meaning other animals Are also susceptible to poisonings cats Can be poisoned if they directly ingest Poison bits or more frequently by Ingesting rodents that have been Poisoned with rodenticides the symptoms Of this type of poisoning in cats derive From their anticoagulant effect for this Reason vomiting blood gastrointestinal And nasal bleeding as well as eye brain And lung hemorrhages predominant this Leads to weakness in cats vision and Respiratory problems anemia weak Heartbeat and altered heart rate as in The previous poison they should go to The vet as soon as possible to receive Treatment NSAID poisoning non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDs are Very good at controlling pain Inflammation and fever unfortunately not All of them can be used in cats the most Common in the home is ibuprofen Paracetamol is not an NSAID but it is Also toxic and prevalent the problem With these drugs and felines is that Cats are deficient in the enzyme Required to metabolize them for this Reason the drugs remain in the cat’s Body for a longer time increasing their

Toxicity the greater the dose the more Toxic it becomes and it does not require Much to be lethal among the symptoms of This poisoning we highlight nausea Vomiting diarrhea abdominal pain Ulcers and gastrointestinal bleeding Kidney and liver damage seizures Ataxia And coma if a cat ingests ibuprofen Paracetamol or similar medications You’ll need to go to a vet immediately If less than two hours have passed they Can induce vomiting with ematics they Will likely also perform stomach lavage With activated charcoal to absorb part Of the drug On the card above we share a video in Which we provide common household items That can poison your cat Spoiled food a load less frequently than Dogs or cats can also eat contaminated Or spoiled food from the garbage and Become poisoned by the endotoxins Released by the bacteria contained Therein clinical signs can be diarrhea Vomiting abdominal pain dyspnea spasms In coordination hypermetria seizures Endotoxic shock and death if your cat Shows any of these symptoms go to the Vet so treatment can be prescribed Immediately poisoning by toxic plants Our cats may be tempted to ingest or Nibble on certain plants we often find In our Homes and Gardens depending on The plant they may produce various

Symptoms but common clinical signs Include diarrhea vomiting discomfort and Abdominal pain common toxic plants Include lilies Oleander dieffenbachia Azalea hydrangea Ivy Crouton daffodil Aloe vera and poinsettia discover other Toxic plants for cats in the video we Share above The first thing you should do if your Cat has ingested a toxic plant is go to A Veterinary Center immediately and say Which plant it has ingested once there If less than two or three hours have Passed they will induce vomiting or Perform gastrovage to try to eliminate The greatest amount of toxins they must Also treat the symptoms the plant has Produced and stabilize the cat with Fluid therapy and oxygen therapy if you Want to continue learning more about cat Health and Veterinary advice don’t miss The playlist We Share here is there any Topic you would like us to tackle at Animal wise leave a comment with your Suggestion and it might just become a Video we’ll see you next time Foreign

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