I have a 13 year old female cat (spayed). Recently it looks like she has…

I have a 13 year old female cat (spayed). Recently it looks like she has developed a large hemorrhoid. After researching it sounds like it may be an anal prolapse. I was wondering if anyone has an estimated cost of the surgery to fix this? I’m living paycheck to paycheck, so the more info I have on price ranges the better prepared I will be.

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Krista Magnifico
Krista Magnifico (@kristamagnifico)
2 years ago

Hello, In my experience these occur due to a few reasons. It is as important to figure out why it happened as it is to fix it. Call all of the local rescues and shelters and ask for a referral to a vet who can help you affordably. At its minimal it would cost about $200 t fix at my clinic with a sedative or general anesthesia to allow the colon to be replaced and then sutured to close and hold in place. For older cats I worry about intestinal parasites, constipation and other age related diseases that might either… Read more »