My kitten I adopted is living in a house with 4 dogs, 2 of them which are very big...and I think that they broke his foot/leg. I talked to a friend, and she said that she could feel popping in her heel when she moved it around, and everytime he jumps off of the counter or bed, he starts moaning really loud. I don't really know exactly what it is that's hurting him, it's been like a month or less since he got it. Do you know what it is? And if so, what's an estimate of how much it would cost to fix it? Would he have to live the rest of his life with pain from the injury?? Please reply, and thanks for reading this.
Oh, for the love of GOD! Why haven't you taken him to a vet? A month ago this happened? And, the cat has been suffering that long? Please, take him to a vet.....find a low-cost one if money is a problem, or ask for a discount or something, Even call the SPCA to ask if one of their vets would see your cat for free or discount.because you are financially unable to pay for a vet.
If she can't put any weight down, it's likely broken. It's possible that you're dealing with a dislocation. I hate to tell you but it will have to be a vet visit. Otherwise it could heal improperly and cause medical issues down the line.
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