Today, Franz, a lovely cat, had an operation at the animal clinic in the city centre. The cat was diagnosed with unilateral cryptorchidism.
Franz’s right testicle had not descended into the scrotum, but was located in the abdominal cavity.
Sometimes, retrieving a hidden egg can be quite difficult.
Our operation with Franz was a success!
If you know that your cat or dog has cryptorchidism, you will definitely need to have the testicle surgically removed. It is not worth waiting. Later on, being covertly inseminated can lead to a variety of health problems, the most serious of which are tumours.
We wish dear Franz a speedy recovery!