Before judging, here's the background story.
Two months ago, my cat fell and fractured a hind leg. I took him to the only specialized vet in a 200-mile radius, and an orthopedist operated on him. The bill was $2,800 which I gladly paid.
He was improving, but then he suddenly became ill; he's dragging his hind leg, his paw is bending under the leg, he can barely stand, his eye's drooping a bit, and he's eating very little. He's always sleeping. I'm not a doctor, but it looked like some form of a heart attack to me.
So, I take him to the specialized vet again and they do $900 worth of tests. After all these tests, they say that he possibly has a blood clot, but that they have to operate to make sure. I told them not to operate now because 1) He's 11 years old and still recovering from the 1st operation, 2) I'm still recovering from the $4,000, 3) if the operation involving a fracture was $2,800, this operation will easily be over $3,500. I cannot afford it now.
I asked them if they could prescribe something for the blood clot, but they refused because they insist on operating. I don't want to put my cat under the knife and, financially speaking, I can't pay $3,500 unless I know he'll get better.
Since the vets said that it was possibly a blood clot, I want to give him something that may dissolve it.
My question: what can I give my cat for the blood clot?