Our cats can look funny after they've been stung by bees or wasps, but it's important to know how to help them out as well. Depending on where your cat was stung, it can be a simple inconvenience or a life-threatening situation.
Removing a sting is done the same as it would be for a person – by scraping the stinger instead of squeezing it. If your cat was stung in the mouth or throat, which can happen if it tried to eat the bee, seek veterinary help immediately. A swollen throat can suffocate your cat. Read these instructions so you can be prepared for when your cat gets stung by a bee!