Oh no! That must have been an incredibly uncomfortable and scary experience for that tiny kitten. We are so sorry to hear that happened. Here are some tips that may help get those massive warble larvae out of the kitten’s nose:
- Gently blow some warm air on the kitten’s nose to encourage the larvae to move away.
- Try using a pair of tweezers to carefully remove the larvae.
- Use a vacuum cleaner with a soft brush attachment to suck out the larvae.
- Take the kitten to the nearest veterinarian for professional help.
We hope these tips help and that the kitten is feeling better soon. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any more questions or need more assistance.
in this new video you are about to take a look at clip, a solid one where a warble Maggot that has inhabited nowhere else but a cat’s nose, the veterinarian here is a student before even going into the vet school but was very professional at taking it out.
the bump that was in the cat’s nose has gotten smaller instantly after the warble got out. You will notice how the cat was relieved after the operation and how it was a matter of time before everything goes back to normal again.
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