Cat vs. Car? | The Incredible Dr. Pol

Cat vs. Car? | The Incredible Dr. Pol

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[cat howls] - Oh, poor baby. [music playing] DR. JAN POL: Steve and Doreen bringing in their cat. They think it was attacked by something. Eww. My gosh. DOREEN WHITNEY: I thought he got puncture wounds from a coyote. I really did. Because we hear them at night all the time. DR. JAN POL: Nothing there. We have tons of coyotes here in Michigan. Most of the time they will not be able to attack a cat because they have to get them in the open and run them down. But if they catch a cat, cat is dead. They will not let survive. He got hit by a car. DOREEN WHITNEY: Is that what it is? I think so. STEVE: Got what? Hit by a car. DOREEN WHITNEY: Oh. DR. JAN POL: But this is not a tooth mark. This is skin. If he was attacked by another animal, then you would have punctures. If it was a tooth mark, it was a very old coyote-- Oh. OK. With no teeth left. Is he walking all right? Yeah. Oh, yeah. He's hurting. DOREEN WHITNEY: What-- what did you do? [cat meows] Why, he's a sweet cat, isn't he? DOREEN WHITNEY: Yes, he is. DR. JAN POL: So nothing broke, nothing injured.
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I don't think we have to do anything cause that's going to heal up. There's no infection. Oh, good. That's what we worried. There's some fur missing. There's some scratches. And I think she just got too close to a moving vehicle. It's not even through the skin. It hurts a little bit. If you have Neosporin at home-- OK. You can put that on a couple times and just leave it be. Oh. OK. [sighs] DOREEN WHITNEY: He's OK. He was just grazed by a car and he was lucky. Don't let him out that much. DOREEN WHITNEY: No. Thank you, Dr. Pol. DR. JAN POL: Thank you. Sweet. Come on, baby. Hang on. [cat meows] - That's a good boy. [door squeaks] [music playing]

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