This is a copy of a discharge that I received from a vet once a feral cat had been neutered. I put it here, on the website, because a Veterinary Liaison should make sure that they received these instructions from any vets they work with and that the trapper/caregiver has read them. Part of the liaison’s job should be dealing with all things veterinary. If there is a problem with a neutered animal, this is the person that will call the vet to talk to about it. The vets should not have to deal with many trappers. The trappers can contact the liaison and have them handle any problems. Double click the link below to view the discharge info.