30 responses

  1. Emilbus20
    June 7, 2011

    MEEE OWW!!! lol

  2. mookzmom
    June 7, 2011

    Beat me to it! I’ve dealt with some kitty abscesses on my own cats. Always amazing how much goop they can accumulate in so little time. And they’re such good healers too! Hope this kitty mends well, and thanks for posting!

    • Emilbus20
      June 7, 2011

      YEs that goop was amazing!!!

  3. unclelarry
    June 7, 2011

    When the video began I noticed how small the gauze the doc was using. He definitely needed a bigger boat for that pus pocket. Nice flow and chunks. I’m glad the kitty got medical attention. Great post Shilo. Thanks.

  4. tattoo2u
    June 7, 2011

    Wow, cats are good for something! Before you start yelling at me, My dogs made me say that :)

    • MotherEruption65
      June 7, 2011

      bad dog bad dog! (winks)

    • Kerryn
      November 25, 2012

      LOL Pain in the Abscess! My dog sat & watched that video too-she is in agreeance with your dog! Great post Shilo, that abscess was so big it almost had it own post code (oops zip code in the USA!). Thank you!

  5. Pick_That_Puppy
    June 7, 2011

    How many of that poor tabby’s 9 lives did that subtract?

  6. slider1964
    June 7, 2011

    He should have used a kidney dish.Cat bites are just toxic, always turn into a festering mess.

    • NMGAPAOH
      August 22, 2012

      @slider1964 – agree with you. Maybe they dry bathe the cat after the abscess is drained? A tom cat of ours got in a fight and bit in the throat. The lump that came up was as big as his entire body. We could not catch him to take him to the vet. We made him stay outside and good thing. He ran up to me getting out of my car and it burst. I didn’t notice the smell only the pus the consistency of cottage cheese a gallon of it! That was almost 25 years ago but it is as clear in my head as yesterday.

  7. magna-cum-pus
    June 7, 2011

    nice puss pus, shilo

  8. MotherEruption65
    June 7, 2011

    fantastic shilo…that pup had a purulent fountain going on! I would rather hear them laugh then scream anytime….

  9. BigTull
    June 7, 2011

    That cat was in one helluva fight or the wound was left untreated for too long!
    Now if the doc would keep the gauze out of the way we could see better!
    Great fine Shilo!!!

    • mookzmom
      June 8, 2011

      BT, I respectfully disagree with part of your statement…only because I’ve had cats for almost as long as I can remember, and these things do get enormously huge….sometimes almost overnight. My youngest cat, Spot, one morning showed up with a lump almost as big as his lil’ kitten head on his side. He’s such a laid-back lover kitty, that he let me lance it and drain it repeatedly, inject vet-supplied ointment, AND bathe him with antibacterial cat shampoo…all without arguing much…he purred through everything and acted like he just adored me. Today he’s a big bruiser with a smooth, shiny coat (and he still loves me too! WooHOO!) Anyway…I don’t want to pick a fight…just wanted y’all to know these things can and do arise VERY quickly in cats.

  10. Zitgoddess
    June 7, 2011

    Poor kitty. He will have to wear the collar for a while, not to mention that festive hair cut. The other kitties will laugh…..come on….you know they will. Cats mock….I’ve seen it.

    • Puss n boots
      June 7, 2011

      I’ve seen it too Zitgoggess, especially the younger kitties, they can be .. well .. just cruel!
      Pointing their paws and laughing and staring!
      I’ts just not nice. :)

  11. Victoria Phibes
    June 8, 2011

    Funny…does it sound to anybody that at 1:09 there is a purring sound in the background over the heart monitor beeping? I know that cats purr when they’re in pain (which this poor kitty obviously would be with this huge cyst), but can they do it while they’re asleep? Just wondering.

    • mookzmom
      June 8, 2011

      Victoria…That’s an interesting question. I know my cats purr AS they’re going to sleep, but it stops once they drop into deep sleep. Would be an interesting question to ask my vet when next we visit!

  12. 1biglilboy
    June 8, 2011

    nothing like having a leaking pussy…cat

  13. pickypicky
    June 9, 2011

    Loved it, Shilo! Our good doc suffered from a case of Ham Hands, though! and darn that surgical lighting! That abscess was goop heaven….

    • pickypicky
      June 9, 2011

      And for the record, I think a TRUE scientist would have rustled up some poo to compare and contrast the smells… :D

  14. sjhamn
    June 9, 2011

    This video brought out of couple of the dog lovers vs. cat lovers. I’ve often wondered if we Popologists have anything else in common aside from our love of pustulence…

    I’m an animal lover (cats!) who keeps my nails short and likes “How it’s Made” videos…Anyone else??

  15. mazitmaghandi
    June 9, 2011

    Po po kitteh

  16. Dawn
    August 5, 2011

    I love the animal pus. I think that is why I became a Vet Tech. Love it.

  17. Crypto Dentist
    December 17, 2011

    dream job for PTZers, right? but i wouldn’t be able to handle being a vet, just because i would go to pieces seeing sick animals :(

  18. audrey
    December 30, 2011

    they should have used one of those puck dishes they give you in hospital to catch vomit i loved the laughter in the surgery room and the smell is kinda like poo lmao haha great find Shilo smooches hugs and audie bear loves :)

  19. ReaGt
    January 4, 2012

    wow, another great cat abscess!

  20. Crypto Dentist
    January 20, 2012

    this is a great vid and i’m not knocking the vets in any way, but it’s always entertaining to be watching a surgery vid and hear “oh my god, what the hell?” :D

  21. NMGAPAOH
    January 20, 2012

    Oh, poor thing :( :(

    Must have been in excruciating pain. I’d like to have seen the entire removal. Looks like they planned to insert a drainage tube.

  22. Lil’A
    March 5, 2012

    great video, what is the medical definition for fibrin? i see its yellow stringy pus, but why doesn’t every infection/abscess have it?

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