A gruesome video has emerged, showing the moment a vet pulled a huge pulsating parasite from a kitten’s nose

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    A gruesome video has emerged, showing the moment a vet pulled a huge pulsating parasite from a kitten ’s nose.

    The kitten, in North Carolina, was just eight-weeks old when it started suffering from chronic nasal discharge.

    Its owner took it to the Animal Care East veterinary hospital in Winterville, where a vet used forceps to study the cat’s nose.

    Amazingly, the vet discovered that the nasal discharge was caused by a huge Cuterebra botfly larva, which was living in the kitten’s nostril.

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    Speaking to Newsflare, the filmer explained: “When the eight-week-old kitten presented to the clinic, it had a chronic history of sneezing and oculonasal discharge and had a grossly distended right nostrum.

    "I decided to sedate the kitten and I would have never guessed there would be a gigantic botfly in there!

    "Usually they are only roughly a centimeter or so in length and found burrowed into the skin – this was the largest one I have ever seen … and it was in the nose!

    "The kitten is back to better now with no concerns reported by the owner; no more discharge, no more sneezing.

    "This was such an awesome outcome for a great kitten and a great pet owner."

    It remains unclear how the parasite got int he kitten's nose, but thankfully it was ok.

    Sourse: www.mirror.co.uk

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