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Peritonitis in Cats

By: Dr. Dawn Ruben

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Antibiotics are often continued for 1 to 2 weeks. Pain control may also be needed for several days. Additional follow-up depends on the underlying cause of the peritonitis and the animal's response to therapy.

Animals diagnosed and treated for peritonitis require close monitoring immediately after discharge from the hospital. A complete blood count and biochemical profile may be repeated until the values are within normal ranges.

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