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Q. Jaw broke...took my male cat to vet...he said it would heal.he still don't act right.

A. It will take 4-6 weeks to heal, in the meantime you should offer soft food, make sure that he is eating and drinking, keep him indoors and give pain relief as prescribed by your vet. This is general advice for fractures that don' t require surgery, and that can heal on their own, but obviously it is hard to tell without checking him over.

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CLAUDIA FIORAVANTI



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