If you’re dealing with a large botfly maggot on your little cat’s neck, the best course of action is to take them to the vet as soon as possible. The vet will be able to remove the maggot safely and humanely and provide the necessary vaccinations and medications to prevent infection.
In the meantime, you can clean the area regularly with a warm, damp cloth to prevent any secondary infections. It’s also important to keep the cat indoors or in a secure area to prevent any further infestations.
Here you see another compilation video where you will see in the first clip a poor cat that’s laying down and was sedated after finding out that the mysterious hole in the animal’s’s neck is a Botfly larvae and the cat has suffered quiet a lot with it, but actually now that it’s out without any bad sequences,
it turned out very good for her, and felt a lot better too. second clip of the video is where you will see this dog who is actually dressed up as a lion and actually looks like a lion but so dangerous while being loose out there. there and the last clip is a dog that responds only to one word and that is “Treat”.
Source: ViacomCBS Inc.
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