Mango Worms in a Cat

It’s our old friend from overseas, but for the first time there is a cat in the clinic. There are only a few mango worms, the good Doctor says this is normally the case in cats- they don’t have the same large infestations as dogs do. Still, I love the way those little guys pop out.

Warning: procedure on an animal, but the cat is totally not even bothered.

Mango worms in a cat called “April”
Cordylobia Anthropophaga
Run Time: 2:16




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