How to Approach an Injured Cat

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AUG 22,2021

Cat care includes many aspects, one very important one is to take care of an injured cat, and to rescue an injured cat, the first step is to catch it. When a cat is injured, it is particularly wary and easily frightened, thus it may be aggressive, so it is important to be especially careful when approaching it at this time. The following points can help you approach an injured cat without getting hurt.

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       Cat care includes many aspects, one of which is very important is to take care of an injured cat, and to save an injured cat, the first step is to catch it. Cats are especially wary when they are injured and easily frightened, thus they may have aggressive behavior, so be especially careful when approaching it at this time. The following points can help you approach an injured cat without getting hurt.

  1. Comfort the cat in a calm tone of voice while slowly approaching it.

  2. Approach the cat, but do not touch it.

  3. Lean down to the cat. Continue to speak to it while observing its eyes and body language. If the kitten is shivering and curling up, try to comfort it by stroking it, starting from the back of the head. If the cat does not resist, you can continue to stroke the rest of the head and neck. Scratching the ears and stroking the chin will generally make the kitten feel comfortable.

  4. Then, you can start to treat the injured cat.

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