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Why Is My Cat Limping?

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Your cat is possibly limping because it has an injury on the leg or adjacent muscle. Cats can also limp because they are lame or suffering from weak ones and joints. A visit to the veterinarian can help you resolve the problem, according to experts.
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If your cat is limping check it's paw and/or leg for anything that may be stuck in it. If nothing is found and it's still limping you may need to see a vet to have it checked for
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1. Examine the cat's leg and paw. Look for thorns, stickers or anything else that shouldn't be there. The most common cause for limping is when a foreign object gets caught between
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Well if your cat is limping its probably because she sprained her paw or leg.
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