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Vaginal Defect: Skye

Skye joined our rescue a little over a month ago. She was brought into the emergency clinic with what was thought to be a Pyometra (uterine infection) when in fact it was a terrible bladder infection. We treated it she was doing well so we adopted her out.

Unfortunately she was back at the emergency vet shortly after adoption with another terrible bladder infection. At this point it was realized that her anatomy was not correct and her urethra did not flow out through a vulva. This was causing her to not fully void when urinating. She needed corrective surgery to fix this and the adopter was unable to handle that expense.

She was returned to us and we had the surgery done right away. She is now recovering nicely and should be able to be a normal cat again soon.

Heather Fraser

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