Does my cat have an Infection?

My unspayed Bengal was lazing in the sun, then suddenly flipped over and made a very deep growling noice, akin to the yowls she makes when in heat, but much much deeper. A milky yellowish discharge followed the whole ordeal. What's up?


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Hi
well at first i thought it sounded like she had been bitten but this would not have caused the instant discharge.

It could well be that an abscess broke and this may have caused a sharp pain and would account for the discharge. However if the discharge came from the cats rear end then yes this would indicate a infection which would need to be treated by the vet.

Kate

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