Okay. I'm 11, I'm not a help professional! My cat has a twisted claw on her paw, the thumb one. It's twisted RIGHT to the side, and she has blood on her paws. What should I do? I'm really not a health doctor! She jut came in this morning with blood on her paws + limping and refusing to put weight on her paw. We can't afford a very. And my mm keeps saying 'no! She'll be fine!!' And I'm REALLY REALLY REALLY WORRIED! Please help :(
please keep trying to talk your mom into getting this kitty to a Vet, this claw needs to be removed, it must have gotten caught on something and it will continue to catch on everything....must be quite painful.
I agree with what opus88 is saying. Your kitty needs to be seen as soon
as possible by a vet. The injury is bad enough now, but if the injury gets
infected, the cost of getting kitty well will increase. Your kitty is in pain.
Tell your mom that it's really important to get your kitty to a vet as
quickly as possible. I'm pretty sure it won't be that expensive to have
this taken care of. Your kitty is counting on you to talk on her behalf
to get her the medical help she needs. Good luck. Eve ( mother of Sammy
the cat )
Limping has become worse. She is normally a very greedy eater. And loves milk & meat. I gave her a bowl of milk and a peice of meat, cut into peices. I've had to usher her out side and .. Well. She hates thunder and I made her go outside -- WHEN A STORM WAS BREWING. Now, it's night for me. About 10-ish. I haven't seen her in the past 5 mins. My dad told me to shut up and go to bed. She didn't even drink half the milk, or eat any of the meat. I'm afraid she's still on the grass, lying there, in the cold.
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