What happened to my cat?
My older brother was playing with her and she s a month old.
He dropped her multiple times and now one of her eyes are swollen and not the same size as the normal pupil.Now her pupil is bigger than the other pupil and her eye is swollen.
No she has no discharge and she seems to not be bothered by it..??
Will it go away?
And will she get better
It s been a bit better since yesterday kinda so it kinda got better...
My cat is fine.Her eye is better and my brother didn't do anything on purpose.I didn't let anything happen.I can't predict the future...Why are you people so rude and ignorant....
….My cat is better now.Stop being rude and mean towards me and others...I see why Yahoo is toxic....
- PearlLv 711 months agoFavorite Answer
i would call your vet and ask hirn about it, and dont let your brother play with her if hes going to drop her like that
- 3 months ago
My cat is fine she is good she healed up and she's better plz stop I was just over reacting.
- be reasonableLv 411 months ago
Unless your older brother is under the age of 2 he needs his *** kicked, and so do you for letting him "play" with your puppy.
- PAMELALv 711 months ago
The cat should still be with it's mother, until it is at least 8-10 weeks old, you are an idiot allowing your brother to abuse the cat, it may have internal injuries, will be in a great deal of pain and will properly go blind, shame on you!
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- 11 months ago
Take the kitten to the vet IMMEDIATELY and IF IT SURVIVES find it a decent home. That kitten is probably in awful pain. And you need to take a course in common sense. Your brother needs a psychiatrist to find out why he needs to hurt things. It s animal cruelty. As for you, don t have pets until you learn what is required to take proper, humane care of them. Better yet--don t have pets!
- OcimomLv 711 months ago
This kitten needs a vet NOW. Not next week or wait and see. At a month old (which is far too young to be taken from mom), this kitten may also have brain damage as well as other internal injuries.
Your older brother is a major concern. IMO I'd not have any animal around him - he has a serious psychological problem if he's dropping animals on purpose multiple.
- Anonymous11 months ago
She's not your cat. You're a child, children can't own property, cats are property.
You allowed your brother to abuse an animal.
Reported to PETA (which actually monitors this Board).
- MarkLv 711 months ago
Could be a concussion.
- Anonymous11 months ago
Why the **** would you be stupid enough to let your ignorant *** brother drop a month old cat? Obviously, on purpose. You two are some ignorant, worthless a**holes.