cat is limping, dont know whyOur cat is limping. We checked her and don't see any lumps or cysts. We did not clip her nails. We dont see any sand iN her paw. It his right front leg. She keeps her foot and calf off the ground as she walks. She sort of hops.
This is the second day. I looked it up. And we don't let them out and did nof have company and its just me and my fiance. So the only thing I can think is she played too rough with the other cats (which she is very nervous and shy anyways-sort of the push over or submisive cat of 3 cats)
Her sister is rough even though smaller.
The other thing that might be possible is she fell off the small cat tree since she likes to roll around when she is in heat and maybe rolled off the cat tree.
I don't know if I should give her arnica and if so 30 or 6c?
She does not cry and she did seem to be bothered when we checked her leg out.
I dont know how long we should wait to see if she heals beforebgoing to the vet.
As most posts on forums just had a vet give pain meds for a bill of $150 and upwards for bill. Also if anything else eould help.
Cold press maybe?
beth88 on 2015-03-31
I just hope its not long term effects of antifreeze poisioning.
Our cat was a rescue cat from an abusive home. She had almost died from antifreeze and the vet pumped it out and saved her. But this was before we got her. Maybe this was an old injury and it got reinjured?
Can there be long term side effects of anti freeze poisioning?
beth88 3 years ago
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