Vaginal discharge is defined as an abnormal discharge coming from the vagina. Unlike humans, cats don’t menstruate, any discharge from the vagina needs to be seen to by a veterinarian. There are several causes of vaginal discharge in cats, some of which include:
Pyometra – Infection of the uterus which occurs in unspayed females.
Lochia is a normal part of the post natal period but the owner should keep a close eye on the discharge to ensure the amount tapers off over 7-10 days, there is no odour and that the cat is not displaying any symptoms of acute metritis such as fever, loss of appetite etc.