Ive checked his joints to see if he is in pain and checked for breaks and slipped disk but he is not in any pain and I cant feel any abnormalities. All other kittens in litter are fine. She's been doing good with them He's eating and I've been giving him cosequin for almost a week to aid in walking but that doesn't seem to have helped. She only wants to sleep. How cat can t move back legs I know if I need to do this n if so
Miles - Age: 34
Price - 134$
I noticed that maybe only 5 to 7 min.
First 2 Hours: My Cat's Hind End is Paralyzed
Hopefully this helps someone. They were walking fine,then the paralysis started suddenly and they'd die within a month.
Paralysis in Cats
Paralysis isn't all-or-nothing full rear leg paralysis is called paraplegia Dragging her hind legs, inability to move one or more legs, There are more than a dozen reasons cats can suddenly or gradually become paralyzed. If your cat is fine one minute and suddenly dragging his hind legs the next, it's quite If your cat doesn't regain use of his legs, remaining paralyzed, he'll require. A cat who is dragging its rear legs could be suffering from any number of Basically, it covers the back end of the cat, so the cat doesn't get sores on its legs. You may need to install ramps over stairs, for instance, or move the food and litter.
Midnight - Age: 19
Price - 143$
There is a Veterinary School to the north of Luxor in Qena which may have Teaching Specialists which may be able to help more. Will eat wet food sometimes.
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I'm hoping that this is a pinched nerve from the constipation or the fall and within a month he might heal however if not then I will make my decisions based off the outcome of this I'm sorry for your loss I know it's tough losing a best friend especially as such short notice. Although there doesn't seem any physical injury, but the cat is lying lethargic without any movement. We even tried to lift his legs up and make him walk but it didn't work. I'm alone now and my parents had gone to job. The vet tested her responsiveness but didn't find anything, she uses the muscle in her leg but doesn't really walk on it.
Marley - Age: 18
Price - 104$
He was fine when he went out. This is a very difficult question, I cannot see why someone would do what you are suggesting; it is possible that a fall can cause paralysis especially from the right height and across a banister. Never once ran out an open door.
cant move tail or legs. peeing and pooping. Medication Used. none. my cat rosemary has paralysis in her tail and lower back. she has been dragging her legs. If your cat is fine one minute and suddenly dragging his hind legs the next, it's quite If your cat doesn't regain use of his legs, remaining paralyzed, he'll require. Paralysis isn't all-or-nothing full rear leg paralysis is called paraplegia Dragging her hind legs, inability to move one or more legs, There are more than a dozen reasons cats can suddenly or gradually become paralyzed.