Thanks so much for your very helpful reply. It is possible Brady's paw is merely sprained and not broken. However, only an xray would say for sure. If he is putting any weight on it at all, it is not likely broken.
Feel inbetween his pads and toes to check for a stuck item, broken nail or any abnormalities.
Apply cold (not ice)compresses to the affected area. 5 minutes on and 10 off for an hour. Then switch to warm compresses for another hour. Continue with whichever one gives him the most relief.
Do not give him any human OTCs like tylenol, ibuprofin, alleve or aspirin as most are toxic to cats.
Please let me know how he is doing. Just reply here or if you prefer we can speak on the phone.
As long as he is eating he is not in a lot of pain because of he was, he would refuse food.
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