I fond this small , tiger striped , kitten starving out side so I feed him and gave it a home. But, I noticed he was limping, his front left paw , so, I asked my dad if I could take him to the vet. He said no. So , I'm don't what to do?????
Well, first of all, I seriously doubt that your dad is just being mean. He most likely has financial issues he is concerned with, and that makes going to the vet not a priority. If you want to try to do some 'home healing' for your kitten, first see if the cat will let you gently touch the part that is hurting: if he fights you at all, do not try to do any more touching. The idea of touching the hurt part is to see if there may be a wound (you could put a bit of neosporin on it daily), or a splinter (these will work their way out on their own), or a bump (nothing you can do at home for that), or if something is obviously broken (a broken bone will heal, maybe not perfectly, in about 6 weeks, and it would help that healing if you kept the cat as inactive as possible). Keep in mind that cats are pretty self-sufficient, even when wounded. But sometimes, if the wound is terrible, or the cat is very young or sick, it might be fatal. I hope your kitten is okay. Feel free to msg me if you want to - Blu
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