I just had an accident with my 7/8 week kitten. basicly i was shutting the door and he ran out and got banged on the head, took he to the vets and they gave hin an anti inflamatory and kept him in for a few hours, what i want to know is she said that his eye reflections are good but he is having trouble is he going to get his eye sight back properbly, also some thing about his reflexes in his legs were a bit off but she said that was just shock. he is now in the vets in the dark can you please tell me what are h3is chance of a full recovery he has also go swelling in the head.
So sorry about your little kitten's injury...good you got him to the Vet's so quickly. It would really be hard to estimate the extent of his injuries. The Vet should be answering all your questions after giving him a thorough examination. Hope he heals soon!
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