Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
It is quite painful, I'm sure. I would just keep it clean and watch for infection. I don't think there is much a vet can do for it, do you?
A neighbor's cat used to hang out on our back deck. One day there were drops of blood here and there and I noticed that Pretty Boy had a claw ripped out. I told the neighbors, but I don't think they did anything for the poor cat. He was hit by a car and killed not long after that (some days later) and I have often wondered if the missing claw was the problem (distraction, etc.?).
Cat owners' prayer: "Lord help me be the person my cat thinks I am"