Yesterday, my sister stepped on her 5 week old kitten. Ever since then, he hasn't been able to walk and his head is tilted to the right. I stayed up all night because he'll only sleep for so long and then wake up crying. He can move his neck and all of his limbs, but his head just slump to the left when i lift it up. i dont think he can stand up straight. I wanted to take him to the vet but i had no transportation today. please help
aw, I am so sorry to hear this. Poor kitty. Unfortunately, the best thing to do is take him to the vet. Can you get a car soon enough?
I'll be praying for that little creature. It sounds like he is in pain. He is just too little to endure someone accidentally stepping on him. I'm sure he is in pain. Please let us know when you take him to the vet, what they said. I'll hope for the best.
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