dislocated tight

by eilee
(puerto rico)

how to treat a dislocated thigh on a cat


Unfortunately I'm not a veterinarian and I do not know how to put a dislocated thigh back in place...and even if I did know, it's not something for a non-medical person to attempt.

You have to get your cat to a veterinarian as soon as possible so the injury doesn't heal badly. If it isn't corrected quickly, the poor animal will be in pain and will also have other problems. If you don't have the money for a vet there may be a Humane Society facility that will help.

I wish you, and especially your cat, the best of luck. Please get help for him.

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