Cat vs. Automotive? | The Unimaginable Dr. Pol

published on July 2, 2020

[cat howls]
– Oh, poor baby

[music playing]

DR JAN POL: Steve and
Doreen bringing in their cat

They think it was
attacked by something

Eww

My gosh

DOREEN WHITNEY: I thought he got
puncture wounds from a coyote

I really did

Because we hear them
at night all the time

DR JAN POL: Nothing there

We have tons of coyotes
here in Michigan

Most of the time
they will not be

able to attack a cat because
they have to get them

in the open and run them down

But if they catch
a cat, cat is dead

They will not let survive

He got hit by a car

DOREEN WHITNEY: Is
that what it is?

I think so

STEVE: Got what?

Hit by a car

DOREEN WHITNEY: Oh

DR JAN POL: But this
is not a tooth mark

This is skin

If he was attacked
by another animal,

then you would have punctures

If it was a tooth mark,
it was a very old coyote–

Oh

OK

With no teeth left

Is he walking all right?

Yeah

Oh, yeah

He's hurting

DOREEN WHITNEY: What–
what did you do?

[cat meows]

Why, he's a sweet
cat, isn't he?

DOREEN WHITNEY: Yes, he is

DR JAN POL: So nothing
broke, nothing injured

I don't think we
have to do anything

cause that's going to heal up

There's no infection

Oh, good

That's what we worried

There's some fur missing

There's some scratches

And I think she just got too
close to a moving vehicle

It's not even through the skin

It hurts a little bit

If you have Neosporin at home–

OK

You can put that on a couple
times and just leave it be

Oh

OK

[sighs]

DOREEN WHITNEY: He's OK

He was just grazed by
a car and he was lucky

Don't let him out that much

DOREEN WHITNEY: No

Thank you, Dr Pol

DR JAN POL: Thank you

Sweet

Come on, baby

Hang on

[cat meows]
– That's a good boy

[door squeaks]

[music playing]

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