My cat has yet to push my Pixel off a table, but I wouldn't put it past him, so I'm sorry to hear about yours.
Replacing the entire screen is your only option here; separating the front glass from the OLED display is a job that requires specialized equipment and expertise and is not something us home DIY-ers are prepared to take on. You'll need a vacuum table and wire guides to remove the old glass, and a vacuum chamber and a UV chamber to reinstall new glass. I don't know about you, but I don't happen to have any of those things lying around in my garage.
That being said, it is entirely possible to replace the screen assembly yourself. iFixit has a complete set of instructions showing you step by step how to do it.
Google Pixel 7 Pro Screen Replacement - iFixit Repair Guide
I don't know where you're located, but you can certainly check with iFixit's European Store to see if they ship to your country. Heres the EU site listing for the screen you need.
Google Pixel 7 Pro Screen - Genuine
Note that these are genuine Google parts, so they're going to be the best quality you can get. Note that you will have to recalibrate your fingerprint sensor after changing the screen. You can also find replacement screens on AliExpress, Amazon and eBay, so you have your choice between shipping options, price and screen quality.