first aid kid at home is a great idea since you never know when an accident will occur. You could place a first aid kit with yourself and separately buy the items, or you can buy a ready-made one. Once you make one yourself, utilize a mini plastic tub that has a tight fitting to place the following items: pet
1. Important contact numbers.
Emergency clinic direction and phone number.
Veterinary clinic’s direction and phone number.
Phone numbers of poison control center
Supplies and equipment
Clean towels - paper and cloth
or Eye dropper Oral syringe
of various sizes (once you are taught in how to use them) Feeding tubes Magnifying glass
Metal nail file and nail clippers
Scissors Styptic sticks or powders or cornstarch.
Bandage rolls – Vetwrap and gauze
Band-Aids (for humans)
First aid tape – both adhesive types and paper (easily comes off of skin)
Some sterile square gauze of various sizes.
Rehydrating solution like Pedialyte or Gatorade
Nutritional supplement like VitaCal, Nutri-Cal, or Nutristat
High sugar source: Karo syrup
To absorb ingested poisons, keep an Activated charcoal (consult your veterinarian before you use it)
Antibiotic ophthalmic ointment for eyes. For example, Terramycin
Antidiarrheal medicine like Pet Pectate (ensure that it doesn’t contain salicylates)
Cat laxative in paste form
Cortisone cream or spray.
For allergic reactions, Diphenhydramine (Benadryl) is a must have (obtain dose from your veterinarian)
Ear cleaning solution
Eye wash solution
To make a cat vomit, use Hydrogen peroxide (only utilize directed by a veterinarian)
A Triple antibiotic ointment for skin
Wound disinfectant such as Nolvasan or Betadine.