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Lameness in cats

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Lameness in cats

It’s always a concern when you spot your cat limping or hopping on one foot. It is not uncommon for cats to be lame at some point in their lives. They may have a strain or sprain or possibly a cut pad. Most times the lameness will just get better very quickly, but sometimes it can be more serious or last longer and your cat will need to see a veterinarian. 

Why is my cat lame?

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