If you suspect your cat is going into shock, keep it warm by covering it with a blanket.
Never apply direct heat to your cat’s body as this may worsen your cat’s condition.
Remain calm to avoid adding to your cat’s stress.
Finally, don’t feed or allow your cat to drink water during this time.
Shock occurs when the brain is deprived of oxygen, which will result in the circulatory system slowing down.
Shock can be caused by a variety of factors, including trauma or an allergic reaction.
It is imperative that you consult a vet immediately if your cat goes into shock.
No matter the cause, shock can be life-threatening if not treated in time.
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