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Loss of strength in back legs

Species: cat | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 31 May 2009 01:15PM | viewed 112088 times
Q Donna asks about george (cat - none, M) :

My cat has just been out all night which is not usual. When he returned he was dragging himself by his front legs only. He is still doing this 1 hour later and seems in pain. He has normal colouring in his mouth and has eaten. His back legs seem hot.

Q Our vet says: George needs to be seen by a vet. It sounds as though he might have been hit by a car or he could have other serious problems such as a blood clot preventing blood reaching his legs. Please get him to your vet as soon as you can.

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