Any veterinarians here? my cat was diagnosed with pneumonia, stayed two days in the clinic and when I got him back his leg was soft kinda like a inanimate plush doll, I waited 3 days and took him there again asking for a explanation and they told me that due to his lack of oxygen from the pneumonia his leg didn't get enough blood or some shit like that. Does that make any sense or I'm just getting bullshited
I'd certainly be worried about the apparant lack of concern from your vet. The fact that they released him to you like that, without even telling you there was an issue there, rings big alarm bells. It's something that really needs asessing further, no hospital would just send you home with with an unresponsive limb and expect you to just rest it off. I'm no expert, but loss of blood flow so severe there was some sort of nerve or muscle damage is a pretty big deal. At the very least it needs to be looked at to tell how badly affected the limb is, whether your cat will be able to regain full use of it, and whether it needs further treatment such as physiotherepy to help that process.
As >>2030407 said, you really need a second opinion. It souldn't cost you much for him to be checked over, but if he needs further treatment you can't avoid that. There are humane societies that help people on low incomes or who are stuggling financially, have a look to see whats available in your aria.
I'll mention this to the vet, i was playing with him a little bit today and when I touched the healthy paw he moved it out of the way as usual but the injured one he didn't, maybe he doesn't even feel it properly?
Sue the shit out of them.
Then burn it down just to be sure.
nothing really to update, i have to call the vet and tell him it's impossible to do the physiotherapy by myself, when he did it it seemed so easy the cat didn't even react but just touching his paw now and he almost bites me, plus he constantly moves so i might make it even worse, i'll have to figure out a way to do this