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HI this is DRB and I would be happy to help you with this. If this is an anal gland problem which is very common in overweight cats then yes it can be dealt with tomorrow.(And cats don't get diverticulitis)....so sounds like the first vet you went to was better however, she needs to be sedated and have her anal gland squeezed and probably both sides flushed out with very dilute betadine and then we instill dermalone cream into both sides to reduce the inflammation. And I like to use injectable Convenia antibiotic to treat these with a follow up injection in 1 week. If cats need pain medication (which they usually do) then I like to send home Buprenorphine ot be given orally as it us much safer than NSAIDS for cats.
I hope this has answered your questions but please let me know if you need further help. Sincerely, DRB
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