Tigger

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    Last night we noticed out youngest cat Tigger 8yrs next month had a couple of scabs on his chin. Well this morning his lower jaw going under towards his neck is black and swollen. We have some painkillers from when he had a deep gash under his belly just before christmas so given him some.

    Havent got a clue what has happened, its a hard place to get a bite from another cat.
     
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    Well Tiggers chin in no better and his glands in his neck are swollen too. So hubby has taken him to the vets, he has acne....lol, though it was possibly caused by a scratch. He had an injection of antibiotic, and has tablet form for the rest of the week. We need to bathe it twice a day to stop scabs forming so the gunge can keep draining (eeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwww)

    Just before they left the vet asked if a photographer could take a few photos of him, my Tigger is gonna be a star....lol. She took pictures of his chin then of him posing lol.
    Anyway he is back next monday for a check up.
     
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