|Purred: Fri Jan 8, '10 3:09pm PST |
|When the kittens got neutered, I confined them to the bedroom for 24 hrs. They were kind of out of it, not interested in food or water at all, which they couldn't have anyhow, but they didn't even ask for it. And their mission in life is to eat and play, mol.
I was given very specific go home instructions, which they are packed in my show box, but can dig them out if you need to know. One of which, was no running or jumping, as they could injure themselves, and confining to one room, would take care of this.
My vet called the next day to see how they were, still not their normal run thru the house at warp seep selfs, but did act better, and ate a little, but not normal. This was Sat, my vet said if they are not back to normal by Mon, bring them in, but they were.
Even tho a neuter is less intrusive than a spay, its still surgery, and it takes them a few days to recover. But if you have any concerns, you should call your vet. You should of also been sent home, with very specific go home instructions, its important info you need to know, I would call the vet and have him/her go over them with you, as Pepsi said.