Tonight at around 3:00 AM a window fell on my cat. It fell on her neck within 15-30 seconds in we got her out though. Her nose was bleeding and her heads getting swollen so we asked a friend who has worked at a vet what to do and she said to keep her warm and in a quiet area. There are no vets open around here that are 24 hours (Besides one that is 5 and a half hours away) But as soon as a vet opens close to us we are taking her in. Is there anything else I can do to help her? She is 2 months old and she seems to be doing okay for now though. When we first got a hold of her she wanted to sleep.
Sorry to hear about your kitten. You have to be so careful when you have
a kitten living in your house. I'm relieved to hear you are taking the kitten
to a vet. Please make a home inspection of other possible dangers for
your kitten. Although there are injuries to your kitten, it could have been
a lot worse. Please cat proof your house. Your darling kitten deserves
this. Yes, how did your kitten do at the vets? Eve
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