A Feral Cat’s First Night Inside A Home * Ditto’s First Night Inside

A Feral Cat’s First Night Inside

This is what happened during a feral cat’s first night inside of a house. Ditto was put in a recovery crate after a trip to the vet. He was taken to a local animal hospital because he was limping and not putting any weight on his leg. The vet diagnosed him as having a puncture wound bite that got infected and the infection is what was causing his pain and swelling. They sent him home with some medications and requested two weeks of recovery in a safe space.

Feral Cat Recovery Crate

Ditto was set up in a Top Paw 36″ folding metal dog crate that I purchased at PetSmart. A 36″ crate is a good size for a cat because it has room for the cat to relax and stretch out as well as room for a food bowl, water bowl, and small or medium sized litter box. It also helps to keep the cat safe and off of their feet when recovering from a leg injury.

Here is a link to 36″ folding metal dog crates on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3cxe6VC

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Lucky Ferals is a cat family vlog starring Stella, her boyfriend Boo, their sons Splash and Simba, and their older relative Hydrox (all formerly feral cats). Guest stars include Ditto, other feral cats from the local tribe, raccoons, possums, skunks, deer, geese, squirrels, birds, groundhogs, bugs, and more. Join them in their daily adventures. Tune in for cat product reviews, cat food reviews, live streams, giveaways, and lots more.

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