i have a little cat , his age between 2 and 3 months he climb the closet and jump to the floor and start twisting his left hand and scream hard as he can , and he throw up some yellow water after that from his stomach , i live now in place where there is no veterinary i just wrapped his hand in a bandage for now , but "how to know if he get broken hand ?? and how to treat him ?? ".

the height he jump from was ( 2 meters / 6.5 feet ) is that can broke his bones ?

im planing to take him to the veterinary when my brother return my bike in the evening , while that i'll appreciate any help or suggestions


For a cat that young it's possible a fall from that height could have broken the paw if he landed awkwardly on it.

But this is really one for a vet, they'll be able to X-ray the paw to see if it is broken. That's the only real way to be sure.


you need to go to the vet,the leg of your cat is not the biggest problem but possible internal injury is.if a cat starts to throw up after a fall it needs to be taken to a vet today,a broken leg is easy to fix but internal injury is not.

i am not saying a broken leg is unproblematic but it is possible to fix it for a vet,internal injuries can be very dangerous and you might have little time to get your cat to the vet.

  • thank you :) , i took him to veterinary and he said it was "artificial torsion" in his elbow and he gives him "Vetalog Parenteral" an anti-inflammatory and said try to not allow him to move to much, i tried but hes young and hes on fire moving and jumping everyplace i cant even catch him . and when i put him inside a box he start crying with woeful voice ! , his breed is 'California Spangled' which known as they Hyperactivity ,he love to be active all day . even when he's injured – kk. senpai Apr 8 '18 at 16:16
  • a kitten will often have flexible bones so they do not break easy,but try to keep him out of trouble he is still too young to have controll and he is still learning what he can or can not do. – trond hansen Apr 8 '18 at 18:50

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