| March 24, 2021

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Friday came to Toronto Humane Society with pyometra, which is an infection that occurs in the uterus of cats (and dogs) who have not been spayed. Pyometra is a serious condition that requires immediate attention. 

The week before she was brought in, it was noted that Friday had been coughing, had unusual discharge, as well as inappropriate defecation (she wasn’t using the litterbox). 

The uterus was removed and the area was cleaned and then stitched. Friday was given antibiotics and pain medication to make her recovery more comfortable. 

After a few of days of monitoring, Friday was well enough to return home. 

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