W We rush to the nearby vet clinic. Lucky they already know us so we don’t spend much time on paper work. As it’s Sunday the clinic could be fully booked, but they find time for us. Even it costs twice than on a week day, we just have no other option but to do whatever best we can.
The vet checks bones and other stuff. There can be several reasons for the leg not working.
They suggest a referral to the emergency pet centre, so guys there can observe Musty during the rest of the day as the clinic will be closed after noon.
We rush into the nearby Werribee Veterinary Hospital. After an examination a vet doctor tells us that Musty is much likely to be hit by a cat. This makes me upset a lot.
Our precious Musty, a always-healthy-touching-wood cat, unsinkable. A car? It’s too terrifying to imagine the picture of what could possibly happen.
Musty should be administered with medication that will help him to calm down. After that they need to do an x-ray. Only then it will be clear what the reason is. It can be a neurological, a fracture or a bruce. It could be because of an infection, or a stress, or a trauma. I pray it’s something really simple.
We leave Musty at the Veterinary Hospital.