A vet removes fly larvae from a kitten's skin
A veterinarian extracts two large fly larvae (ststre) from the skin of a kitten. The scene took place at the beginning of September 2016 in Florence, Kentucky (United States). One person found a kitten in a parking lot. Thinking he was hurt, she took him to the vet. It turned out that the wounds were two large fly larvae. In the video, the veterinarian extracts it. A larva is located in the cat's head, between its ear and its eye and the other larva in the neck. Impressive! The kitten was nicknamed Lori, and she is well (she is a female) and sees well with both eyes.