My cat came home today and i couldtell there was something wrong with her, but she tends to play ruff with other kitty's so I figured she had been in a kitty fight and left her to sleep. I took a closer look at her later when i had a min to pet her and i was horified by what i saw, her paw had some singed fur on it as well as her ear that at first looked dirty, i looked at her in the face and her face is swollen bad and her nose has a crack like a nose would have if it was broken. She ate just fine but is really sleepy, she responds to my voice and welcomes my affection but im so worried, i dont have a bunch of a money are there warning signs i can watch out for or something. I have no clue what happened to her we think some kids got a hold of her orsomething, she obviously was teribly scared cause she had gone to the bathroom on her self and she smells like dryer fluffs or cheap perfume.
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