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Author Topic:   Help!!!! My kitten was attacked by a tom cat
Mary
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posted 05-14-2003 02:44 AM           Edit/Delete Message
My kitten was attacked by a tom cat. When i got him away from the tom cat he was weak not bleeding no noticible bites. But so far is breathing a lil fast eats a little. But my main concern is it won't move. if i pick up his leg it fall his neck aswell its veryy weak Helpppppp!!!!!

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Isis
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posted 05-14-2003 11:56 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Isis     Edit/Delete Message
take him to the vet asap!
Even if the kitten has no external injures cat bites can cause very serious internal injures.

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nern

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posted 05-14-2003 06:16 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nern     Edit/Delete Message
I agree with Isis.

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Love*all*kitties
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posted 05-14-2003 10:45 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Love*all*kitties     Edit/Delete Message
So dok I.

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Mac
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posted 05-15-2003 12:17 PM           Edit/Delete Message
GET YOUR CAT TO THE VET NOW!DON'T WAIT. I lost a male short legged cat after he was in a cat fight. He didn't show no signs of injury for a few days and when I took him to the vet the infection had already spread it was to late he died durig treatment.

He did sleep a lot and became weak before this thought maybe he had a hair ball or something. If I would have known what I know now Whitey would still be here I am sure of it.

Hope all turns out OK and let us know.

Mac

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Cristina
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posted 05-18-2003 07:55 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Cristina     Edit/Delete Message
Mary, how's the kitten? Did it get better?

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mandeee
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posted 05-29-2003 10:44 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for mandeee     Edit/Delete Message
The breathing fast is a sure sign there is something wrong.
About 6 years ago my LOVING sweet cat "jazzman" was hit by a car. He seemed to be allright but his sides were going in and out very fast and I could hear his breathing. But it was the warning sign and I did end up taking him into the vet. I am praying your kitten will be allright. He does need a vet!
Oh, and my jazzman had extensive internal injuries. My vet tried to fix him but when he was sewing up my jazzys tummy my little boys heart gave out. Sometimes I wonder why...

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Isis
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posted 05-30-2003 08:53 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Isis     Edit/Delete Message
Sorry for your loss Mandee but you did do the best you could for you kitten.
Very sad but at least he is not in pain.

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ArrOwAnA
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posted 06-21-2003 11:26 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for ArrOwAnA     Edit/Delete Message
once on of my cats got in a fight with a tom cat even though my cat is a bit old he got away with minor injury we couldnt find him for a day when we found him we only put the window screen back in and left him alone
right now hes doing fine and is 10 years old

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