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Tips on Bandaging in Cats

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Various parts of the body can be bandaged. The most common reason a head wrap is applied is to stop bleeding from the ears. Leg bandages are typically applied to help temporarily stabilize a fracture or to help reduce bleeding from a wound. Splints are used to add extra support to fractures of the bones below the elbow. Splints are best used only in the front legs.

For more information, please read the story Bandaging Your Cat.

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