Not excellent news, I'm afraid. The bone doesnâ€™t look good, it is a lot shorter than the other one, so the pin wasnâ€™t that successful (prob why there has been a weakness in it for so long, but on the first x-rays it did look like it was necessary to remove it) and there is a lot of changes due to bad inflammation but no sign of bone tumours (one of my worries). She wants her on a high dosage of antirobe (should be fun), and 2 drops of MEtacam for 2 weeks, as she does seem to be in a lot of pain (Which I did know with the lack of eating and movement). If there is no positive improvement in 2 weeks, we may have to look at amputation â€“ which had already crossed my mind, and as she is an older cat, it could take longer for it to heal, but the vet thinks we have to try meds just in case there is a chance of saving the leg. And then when I went to pick her up, the vet showed me the the x-rays and am not sure if there is any chance of saving that leg, or if saving it now will be the best thing long term - you can see signs of arthritis on the x-ray, the leg is quite a bit shorter than the other one - it looks like the two ends of the fracture have joined next to each other rather than in a straight line, there is inflammation there and there is a decrease in the muscle on the lower half of her leg. She didn't eat a lot at the vets either, poor thing (I took her normal food with her!!). We also have Primula cheese and chicken livers to get through the pills, as she has to have 2 a day, which is effectively 100mg - I might end up deciding during the two weeks that it isn't fair to carry on as the vet did say she was in agony, so if there is no noticeable difference or she gets worse, then we will have to have a rethink.