The usual cat after a surgery began to meow unique. She was diagnosed with laryngeal paralysis. The laryngeal paralysis is due to a dysfunction of the caudal laryngeal nerve, which leads to dysfunction of the arytenoid cartilage, allowing the passage of air through the glottis during the period of inhalation and exhalation.
Cats unlike dogs laryngeal paralysis is much rarer. Cats are more predisposed to the development of acquired paralysis of the larynx on the background of tumors in the elderly, and they often marked unilateral lesion.
The laryngeal paralysis may be congenital or acquired.