I took a young female feral cat in to get spayed on Friday. She has been recovering in the trap and doing fine. However, a puddle of bloody fluid the size of my hand just appeared. It has what looks like bits of cat food so I'm guessing she vomited it rather than it being from her incision. Has anyone experienced this before? It's going to cost a fortune I don't have to take her in on a Sunday on a holiday weekend, plus extra costs to anesthetize her because she's feral so I'm just wondering if this urgent or could possibly wait til Tuesday.
Thanks for anyone's advice.
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