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cat CPR

midnightphoenix

midnightphoenix

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Mar 9, 2012
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Tigger and Willow's house UK
i read last night that due to how a cat's body is put together, if a cat needs CPR then it is unlikely to survive anyways

i read it in one of my new cat books that i got

i'm now worried in case Tigger or Willow collapse and stop breathing and need CPR

they havent collapsed they happy girlies today playing chase me and wrestle cause why not

what if Tigger does collapse though

or Willow

what if they need CPR and dont survive cause according to my new book if a cat needs CPR even after CPR shes not likely to survive

i cannot lose my girlies

i just cant

please dont take them away like that :cry:
 
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Italia2020

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Feb 19, 2020
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Usa
I have 4 cats. One of my cats he’s 14 now but went blind. They are my children. He has gotten urinate blockages in the past where he would have to be hospitalized. He stopped breathing once and my husband gave him
CPR. That was 4 years ago and he is still
With us
 
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