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Fingers crossed everything goes well, I’m sure it will! Just remember she’s probably going to be a little grouchy/attitudey but don’t take it personally she will come round! One tip that I was told when I had Buttercup and Peanut neutered and spayed is to provide a water bowl as well as a bottle (if you usually use a bottle) Sometimes a bottle is too hard for them and a bowl is so much easier it might encourage drinking. Also, make sure whatever litter you have in the litter trays (I use carefresh) is something that won’t stick to the incision site and of course be extra vigilant with keeping everything clean.