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oUUoNNo Cat Wound Surgery Recovery Suit for Abdominal Wounds or Skin Diseases, After Surgery Wear, Pajama Suit, E-Collar Alternative for Cats and Dogs

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Recovery Suit Sterilization
???Material: 95% cotton and 5% spandex,constructed of high quality fabric, breathable, soft and smooth.
???New upgraded version: Neck and limb elastic band, Easy to wear and fit on the skin. No deformation after washing.
???Used For: Disinfection care, postoperative sputum prevention.kittens, and keeping warm for your cats.Protects crotch and prevents harassment from other pets on physiological period.
???Increases Mobility:Large coverage can prevent secondary infection caused by active lamination, and reduces the risk of infection by keeping the wound safely protected.Prevent lick after surgery, reduces stress, accelerates healing.

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20 reviews for oUUoNNo Cat Wound Surgery Recovery Suit for Abdominal Wounds or Skin Diseases, After Surgery Wear, Pajama Suit, E-Collar Alternative for Cats and Dogs

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  1. Jernai

    Eh… not impressed

    Doesn’t cover incision site, he was able to lick his neutering wound and opened the cut.. also runs small. While it did fit on my cat it didn’t look comfortable on him so I ended up buying a different suit for him..

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  2. David Monroe

    Fit great

    I loved this product ! Tex Ann hated her Elizabeth collar and the onesie was ok until she went to the bathroom. All that changed with this it world beautiful ? and her wound healed up!

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  3. Amazon Customer

    bought this for my cat

    I had my cat spayed and she hated the E-collar so I bought this, I went by the size chart and I was only able to keep it on her one evening, When I work up she had it off and when I put it back on her she kept getting it off so we went back to the e-collar.

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  4. Heather D. Pittman

    It works!

    This is the first bodysuit I have found that my cat has not been able to remove. She has a terrible food allergy that has really caused skin rashes on her belly. She licks it incessantly. The cones were not helping. This is the third bodysuit I have and so far so good!

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  5. James

    Sizing was off, runs small

    Disappointed… I followed the size chart and this arrived and is too small. My kitten was spayed and was having trouble staying away from her incision. I thought this would be helpful. It’s to small and it doesn’t give you room to adjust. She can skip her front legs right out of it because of how tight and small it is. Wish it would have worked out better. I recommend updating the sizing guide.

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  6. Emily N.

    Finally found one that works!

    Chewie has awful seasonal allergies, and the vet thinks he scratches because of nerves. We’ve gone through a million preventative measures – e-collars, sweaters, inflatable cones, etc. but none have worked. He was always able to scratch his neck. The second I put this surgery suit on he was thrilled! He didn’t fight me or freak out; in fact, he started purring. I really think he likes the softness and tighter fit of this suit (he wears a Large). As you can see in the photos, he is a fat boy, so the suit often slips down a bit even if we tighten the strap. We’ve noticed that since he feels so comfortable in this suit he has entirely stopped scratching! His skin is starting to heal after weeks of picking at it. Just to be safe, we’ve found a work around for the suit pulling down… There are a few loopholes toward the bottom of his cone, so we have pulled the suit up and attached a safety pin on the neckline of the suit through the cone loop. It seems to be holding up. The material of the suit is also very light, so Chewie doesn’t over heat when he’s making biscuits. We really do love this suit and I’m so grateful we found it at just the right time.

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  7. So IL Mom

    Terrible product/ retraction

    This is the worst product I’ve ever purchased on Amazon. It doesn’t fit even though I took measurements.Edit: I put this dang thing on my cat upside down LOL I give it five stars. I give myself one star

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  8. Sara

    Life saver!

    I’m so thankful I bought this! I just got my 6 month old kitten spayed and it’s been quite the struggle. The day I brought her home she was pretty aggressive and seemed restless. I could NOT get the cone on her. So it was stressful having to constantly watch her to make sure she didn’t lick her belly. This onesie fits perfectly (I got a medium). There’s no way she can get out of it, it’s not too snug and she actually adjusted to it very quickly. I’d highly recommend this to anyone over the cone !!

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  9. Mel S.

    She hates it but I love it!

    If you’re thinking about buying this for your kitty post-op, don’t think just buy!My kitten had to get spayed & they gave her the old cone of shame which she loathed as soon as the pain meds from her initial surgery wore off. She wasn’t comfortable, she kept bumping into stuff, flicking her litter out of the box accidentally,and food and drinking were such a hastle, and she kept slipping out of her cone because she’s a slinky little cat.I looked around for a better alternative and found this. GAME CHANGER. I didn’t have to worry about her cone coming off, & her getting to her stitches and getting an infection. Everything basically returned to normal for her after that. Granted she didn’t like the suit much (though she was happy to be out of the cone) but it helped her healing process that she didn’t want to move around too much. Definitely recommend!

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  10. odin’s mommee

    EXACTLY what we needed, perfect for use in place of a cone

    I was thoroughly impressed! I had not expected much, but was hopeful and bought it, along with a couple of backup soft cones. I didn’t even need the cones. Additionally, the vet was going to charge $17 for one, we borrowed a clunky one from the neighbor, then ordered and used this. Our girl was stoked about the mobility and her ability to bathe her limbs again (it was a spay, so, it was her tummy that needed blocking). The suit allowed her to easily use the litter box with the cover, which was a huge relief to us and a much reduced mess. And, as we had adopted her the day before her spay, it was import to us that she not associate her new home with misery!She is a relatively small cat, on the thinner side, but not a kitten. I went with a size “medium,” as per one of the measurements’ length description. It was a perfect fit.I took a star off because I’ll have to stitch it up after washing it only once and not even putting it in the dryer. However, as I stated, it definitely served it’s purpose.

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  11. Amazon Customer

    Great cone alt

    Our cat was just neutered and was given a cone and hated it, plus he is Persian so has a flat face so eating and drinking was hard. This suit is a great alternative and 100% worth it for his comfort.

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  12. David

    Best impulse buy for my baby

    I had tried cones. My baby had a terrinle booboo and it was going to be awhile before it healed. So the cone was a no go for me.I got this after I had purchased the doglemi surgical suit to keep my baby bear from licking his wound on his right side.The doglemi suit did not have enough space in the back portion to allow him to use the potty accurately without making a mess. And yes I adjusted and readjusted profusely. No difference.I got this suit when I had gotten tired of washing and rewashing the other suit. And it has enough space in the back for him to do his buisness with no spots.It was machine washing approved however I sundry it while he has the infamous cone on.I reccomend this. Just be sure to measure your kitty for the appropriate fit. My 13 pound boy wears an xl.

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  13. BD

    Great product!

    My puppy had surgery and almost suffocated using the cone. He LOVES this recovery outfit. I purchased one size up so it’s loose on his belly and fits well around his legs. Easy easy on and off. Have ordered 2 more in different colors.

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  14. Reviewer

    Works on a fat, rude house cat

    I bought this for my cat who has bad allergies, which causes him to over groom. I wasn’t sure how much this would help, since he behaves like a feral forest cat – even though he’s an overweight, cross eyed, albino Siamese, who has never missed a meal in his life. I was pretty confident if I survived getting this on him, he would still shred it to pieces, or kill me in my sleep.Well I have survived to tell you, this thing actually works! It’s almost like a nice, warm hug to thaw his heart of ice. Seriously. He acts so calm as soon as this goes on. He doesn’t try to pull it off and his stomach has been able to heal.As a precaution, don’t leave this out on the counter before going to bed. I made that mistake and the next morning I found it shredded to pieces, conveniently laying in front of my bedroom door. Even the Sopranos were more subtle. So I’ll have to reorder a new one and probably sleep with one eye open.

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  15. Eric N. Frankel

    Almost perfect – Norwegian Forrest Cat, 16 lbs (Large)

    Our cat has skin issues that cause him to overgroom, which causes excessive hairballs, which cause esophageal bleeding. Used a soft cone of shame but he was able to figure out how to adjust while laying down to get a work around to the areas he wanted. Then I found this. When I first put it on him we could tell he was wondering what the heck? At first he did the lie down of constricted death… until dinner time. We could see that he was ‘ok, I can get to my bowl easier’, then he went to the litter box and ‘ok, I can get in and out of the box easier’. For a day or two he did a kind of walk as if he had a sonic wedgie, which isn’t possible, but the walk was funny as heck. We take it off daily and give him a brushing and medicate where needed and now, three days later, he actually assisted in getting it back on! He stuck his head in and lifted his legs one at a time into the holes and stood still while I snapped and adjusted. Then he turned and licked my hand!I would prefer a bit of shoulder/leg coverage both front and back – but that is our personal preference because of skin issues.

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  16. Juanita

    Lifesaver!

    After my kitty’s surgery for removing a cyst on her belly, I was given a “soft e-collar” by my vet. As expected, she could not tolerate it (would go into hiding and then later I’d find the collar abandoned somewhere). I was super-worried when I found one of her stitches in her mouth two days after her surgery. Thankfully her recovery suit (we call it a “onesie”) arrived later that day. Being pretty docile, she was pretty easy to dress up. The medium is a little tight on her squat 8+ pound frame, but I was afraid the large would be too large/long. I have tried to stretch out the collar area a bit, and the fabric has held up well with my pulling. She kind of waddles around now, but has been eating, drinking, using the litterbox without any issues. And she has since shown no sign of worrying her belly wound!

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  17. E.V. Debs

    Great for post surgery

    No more e-collar! Much easier for cats to wear and put on. Velcro closes on top of the back so it is less of a struggle to get on. Most cats will take a bit to get used to the way it feels but far less restrictive than an e-collar.

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  18. Jennifer Helm

    Inappropriate for office parties, but great for cats

    I wore this to an office party and found it was very revealing. However, after my two six-month-old kittens had spay surgery, it fit them better and worked great. It’s certainly better than them wearing the cone and they were able to move around relatively well after getting the hang of it. They were both able to eat and use the litter box with ease. The fabric is stretchy and breathable. I highly suggest purchasing this if your cat or kittens require some type of surgery. But again, I must emphasize it’s inappropriate to wear to your work’s office party.

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  19. Anji

    Light, stretchy and easy to use

    Great little post-op outfit after my kittens umbilical hernia surgery. Keeps the incision clean and they are light and stretchy. He doesn’t mind them at all!My only regret is not buying 2 because at one point the opening got on the wrong side of his tail and he peed on himself so I had to take them off for a few hours to throw in the wash

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  20. Erica

    good for short term use, not very durable. might need padding underneath velco.

    I got this for my kittent after her spay surgery. The material, while very thin, felt very soft and had a good amount of stretch. She was around six pounds then and it fit pretty well. Maybe a little big. She didn’t really want to walk in it, which was good for her recovery. She was able to comfortably go to the litterbox and food dish, though. The velcro seemed to irritate her, and by the end of two weeks she had torn a hole in that area, so it might be good for anyone purchasing to put extra padding in that area.

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    oUUoNNo Cat Wound Surgery Recovery Suit for Abdominal Wounds or Skin Diseases, After Surgery Wear, Pajama Suit, E-Collar Alternative for Cats and Dogs
    oUUoNNo Cat Wound Surgery Recovery Suit for Abdominal Wounds or Skin Diseases, After Surgery Wear, Pajama Suit, E-Collar Alternative for Cats and Dogs

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