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Swollen thighs

Species: cat | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 16 May 2007 02:16AM | viewed 5531 times
Q Mariah asks:

My cat kitten, Nutmeg, got accidentally run over last night on the lower half of her back. She now has swollen thighs, and she is bleeding just below her butt. She can move her legs and kind-of move her body but not very much. What do I do? (Is there any at home things I can do for her right now before we take her to the vet if she gets worse?) Oh, one more thing she is still eating and drinking normally.

Q Our vet says: Take her to the vet urgently; you need to find out how badly injured she is before any kind of treatment can be started. Delay could put her at serious risk.

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