HI MY CAT GOT INTO A FIGHT ABOUT 3 WEEKS AGO WITH A UNKNOWN ANIMAL HE WAS HURT PRETTY BAD HE VOMITED FOR ABOUT A DAY HAD A BAD CUT ON HIS TAIL BLEEDING .. HE STATRED EATING AND GOING OUTSIDE AGAIN THE NEXT DAY BUT HIS TAIL WILL STILL WEEP BLOOD IT HAS A BALD PATCH WITH SCABS SCARS BITE MARKS? AND IS BLUE IS THIS NORMAL HE SEEMS TO BE O/K NOW HE HAS HAD HIS RABIES SHOT
I'd get him to a vet ASAP. We had a cat who was attacked by something and her tail was pretty mangled. She disappeared for a few days and her tail became quite infected and ultimately had to be amputate. I highly recommend get it checked out ASAP.
I had a cat that the same thing happen, her name was sheba. we treated the cats tail for over a year, nothing helped, finallly the tail had to be amputated, so she then had about 2 inches of tail, everyone ask if she was a bob tail, but the two inches still gave her ballance, which cats need. it was about $400 total for that darn thing, but she lived another 10 years after that, so take yours to the vet and get it checked.
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