Impatiently waiting

by Becky

I am taking him to the vet as soon as my husband walks through the door. I already called his work to have him come home. That being said, my cat was sleeping on top of a pizza box, he love this for some reason and it fell with him. He meowed loudly a couple times but I didnt think much of it til I noticed he hadnt moved for awhile. I picked him up and after a bit he vomited (cat food and water) and meowed a lil more but still just layed limp. I was going to try to take him to the vet by myself and thats when he got kinda crazy meowing and swatting violently trying to get away and I was trying to keep aholda of him with the skin behind his neck because I dont know what he has hurt and he fought so hard he pooed all over also. I was reliever to see there was no blood in his feces either and hes definately not paralyzed but after that round of craziness he has been laying here on the floor and hasnt moved an inch again. I have no idea what to think. His brother came over and licked his head but has left him alone since.

Answer by Kate
Poor guy. By now i'm sure you have taken him to the vets and have discovered if he is ok or not.

Hopefully he was just in shock an didn't cause any actual damage to himself.

Hope he is ok now. If anything like this happens again don't try to pick them up. Just sit by him an speak softly to them to allow them time to recover from the shock. then pop them in a cage to take them to a vets as soon as you can.

best wishes Kate

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