Cats after anesthesia





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Published on Jun 4, 2012

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mariam vaziri
to everyone who is having a freak attack and thinks these cats have some sort of disorder, L-O-L to you. I used to work in a veterinary clinic and witness animals right when they wake up from anesthesia and this is exactly how the cats acted. it was much worse because they'd be banging against steel cages. they're just waking up from the drugs and they're unbalanced. I wouldn't assume you could walk in a straight line either after being heavily drugged. calm down.
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Seem perfectly normal to me.
Me after leg day...
what fuckin bar did thoes fucks fall out of? they look like my kinda ppl
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Crystal Cardoza
My whole life I've had lots of happy, healthy cats around. I can say that this is exactly how every cat had come home from the vet after being fixed throughout my entire life. Animal hospitals aren't like human hospitals. They send patients home much sooner and expect the owners to care for them till they are well for the most part. The guy that stated that this is abuse on the authority that he is a vet, is either nuts or just trolling. My money is on trolling. I've been in animal rescue for 20+ years and I saw no evidence of abuse. That's all.
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rbd rbdhack
Looks like the level of hypocrisy in some people is amazing. Cats are funny. That's why you have them, to entertain you or make you feel good! Not to talk to you, not to fucking love you and not to save the fucking world. Anesthesia is a GOOD thing. Cats + anesthesia = fun Stop bragging like a bunch of half-brained shitheads about this being not funny.
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This is me every monday when i have to wake up at 5am to go to work :(
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I don't understand why someone would let their cats or any animal out of their carriers still drugged up from surgery just stupid.
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Cerebellar hypoplasia is a brain disorder that is not uncommon in cats. The cerebellum helps to control posturing, coordination, and precise movements. Cats with cerebellar hypoplasia typically exhibit abnormal walking, playing, and running patterns and appear to have poor balance. However, as long as they are kept indoors, they generally lead essentially normal lives. Most misleading video title ever.....
Mikuo Hatsune
Can't. Stop. Laughing. X'DDD
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