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Your cat could have a concussion or other problem from the blow to the head. If the symptoms persist, you will want to see the vet to find out what's going on.
Let me know if you still have questions.
I don't think that the chances for internal bleeding would increase because of his young age. Yet the possibility still exists that this is a problem that he could have.
Unfortunately, there is no way to tell from the outside what might be going on on the inside.
Let me know if you still have more specific questions. I fear that my answer was a little broad.
I don't think that seclusion is going to make a difference.
If he was a dog, I would tell you to give him an anti-inflammatory but there are no over the counter meds that are safe for cats.
Unforunately, there is not much that you can do at home but wait and see.
No. You cannot give either. There are no over the counter meds that are safe for cats. Their systems are way too delicate.
Also, if there is a brain bleed, the aspirin would thin the blood and make it worse.
It's not a problem. You want to be as educated as you can so keep asking until you get the answers that you need.
What homeopathic remedies are you thinking about?
There is nothing homeopathic that I know of to help the swelling.
Sorry that I missed this last question last night.
I hope that he is better this morning.