Just found a paralyzed feral kitten who is about a week or two old. Not sure if it's full paralysis. She can sometimes stretch her toes or attempt to move her head, or legs but she's immobile completely. I could really use some advice. I have been syringe feeding her. And she's still alive and breathing and not meowing like she's in pain. I found her with a claw stuck in a patio deck board and since she hadn't had human contact yet I'm sure she flipped out and spazzed until she broke her neck or shoulder or back or something but I have been giving her gentle care since just not sure if what I'm doing is good enough. I live in Escambia county Florida. I walked 3 miles one way to The humane society and they gave me kitten milk replacement and syringes for free thankfully. And all the places are full and not accepting any injured animals right now and I'm financially unable to take her to the vet or animal hospital.
If anyone feels like donating to my PayPal, chime, or zelle for assistance that's greatly appreciated but not as necessary I'll walk again if I have too to get the baby to the vet.
PayPal.me/paradise98 use this direct link to donate.
email for PayPal is [email protected]
Chime is @Cheyanna-Paradise
And zelle is [email protected]
But I only know the price of the initial exam until after that. They'll give me estimates. I'm tight on money like I said I so appreciate this. I walked 3 miles to the humane society just to get the milk replacement and syringes to care for her. Trying to get the means to get her back and forth. It's put me under alot of stress but I can't rest til this baby is better! After the initial appointment I will post another update. TIA