Maxie Is Neutered

Posted: June 10, 2009 in Inside The Playpen

Maxie was neutered on 31 May 2009 ago.

On our way to the vet

On our way to the vet

Yes, he looks scared that moment

Yes, he looked scare that moment

The sutures. Photo taken on the 5th day after surgery

The sutures. Photo taken on the 5th day after surgery

I requested sutures on his incisions because i don’t want to repeat Achilles’ case.

On the way home. He woke up before we reach home

On the way home. He woke up before we reach home

Maxie is still on his way to recovery. His sacs are still swollen until today. There is a hard lump on each sac. He chewed off his sutures on 7 June.

He's thumping everytime he sees me :(

He's thumping everytime he sees me 😦

And today, this is how his insicions look like.

I still can feel the lumps

I still can feel the lumps

The recovery process is quite slow. But i hope he’ll turns all okay.

Hard lumps are normal or not? This is the first time i have my boy stitched on the sacs. Usually, our vet will leave the sacs to dry up without stitching them. They’ll dry up quiet fast in a few days, and no hard lump at all. I’m sending Alfie soon… But i think i will ask the vet to leave the incision unstitch. I hate to see those sutures!

Comments
  1. Always great to see pictures of LUNA! And, we’re hoping that Maxie is his old hopping self again soon! (And that he’s not thumping at you anymore!)

  2. Vivien Lim says:

    he will be fine..no worries 🙂

  3. blackie007 says:

    aww, poor Maxie. Wishing Maxie a speedy and complete recovery. {{{hugs to Maxie}}}

  4. Poor guy! We wish him a very speedy recovery.

  5. sillylupie says:

    Hello Maxie, lots of purrs power to you ya!
    (Yes, purr powers helps with bunnies too!)

    Recover well my dear!

    Waiting to see more of your pixs!

  6. Hope all is well with Maxie’s sacks (HahMeow–that sounds funny) and that the swelling is going down. We don’t see rabbits at the cat hospital so I would not know what to expect.

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