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Every home that has a pet should keep a basic first aid kit in case of emergency. However, giving first aid to your pet at home is not, by any means, a substitute for ongoing veterinary care. Listed below is a basic safety kit for your cat that should always be kept in a convenient place and out of the reach of children and pets. Everything on this list is easy to get from your local supermarket or pharmacy.

  • First aid cream or antibiotic ointment (such as Neosporin)
  • Absorbent cotton (to help stop bleeding)
  • Adhesive tape for bandages
  • Gauze bandage rolls for bandaging or for use as a muzzle
  • Iodine solution (dilute with water to prevent stinging)
  • Gauze pads to be used as compresses or bandages
  • Sharp scissors with safety tips
  • Tweezers to remove ticks, thorns and splinters
  • Cotton swabs to clean your pet's ears and to apply ointment
  • Antihistamine for insect bites
  • An extra copy of your pet's medical records
  • A photo of your pet in case they get lost
  • The phone number of the Poison Control Center (National Animal Poison Control: (1-800-548-2423)
  • The phone number and address of the nearest 24-hour veterinary clinic/hospital
  • Your veterinarian's name, address, phone number and emergency hours information

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