My kitten is about 8 weeks old, and recently she injured herself jumping off my window sill. i didn't think anything of her doing so because she's done it before just fine without injury. But this time she did hurt herself. Upon landing she lifted her front left paw up, crying loudly and hobbled off to the corner for a bit. that was saturday. i took her to the vet and he seems to think she only stretched or sprang it and will be fine, but wanted to see how she does over the weekend and to come back monday if it didn't get better. So far she still gets around just fine, just a little slower than before. Still wants to play but knows she can't play to much or get to rough. sleeps more. also if you hold her injured paw, it doesn't seem to hurt her at all till you start to straighten her paw out. if you flex it completely to where her toes are closer to her arm, she doesn't fuss at all. so it seems it only hurts when it's fully stretched out, which is the position it would be in if she were to stand on it. so she doesn't stand on it at all she still holds it up when she hobbles around. i didn't take her back in yet because if it was just a sprang i figured it'd probably still take longer than a day and a half to show much improvement. otherwise the next route is xrays. and unfortunately, as sad as this may be, if it turns out to be the worse case scenario like the doc said and be what he called a "Y fracture", it'll cost a ton to fix. and i'm sorry, but i'm not able to throw down 12-14 grand on a cat let alone any animal. Anyone else have any input on this? What do you think this injury is? more likely to be a sprang or actual break?