Veterinarians don’t know how much pain cats are experiencing or if the drug is effective

Veterinarians don't know how much pain cats are experiencing or if the drug is effective

Veterinarians admit that one of the hardest things they have to do when managing animal care is to try and figure out how much pain the patient is experiencing or even if the drug is effective. We need to remind ourselves of that unpleasant thought. please continue reading

Biased veterinarians give one third of spayed cats post-operative pain killers compared to three-quarters of dogs

There is strong evidence that UK veterinarians (it may be the same in other countries) are apparently acting in a biased way in giving cats postoperative pain killers after a spaying operation far less frequently than for dogs. Do vets … please continue reading

Signs of Cat Pain (from Paw Project-Utah)

Intro: People are becoming more sensitive to the signs of a cat in pain. People are more aware about the emotional state of the domestic cat. At one time, not so long ago, people weren’t even sure whether cats felt … please continue reading