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Question about my cat\'s belly

Vilma ReyesVilma Reyes Member Posts: 2
edited 30 August, 2008 in Cat Health
I have a snowshoe cat, he's about 1 and a half years old. I have realized that his belly is bigger than my other cats. He's not overweight, but it looks like his organs have "dropped" into a pouch... What should I do? Is this a medical concern? (This is for another one of my cats. Not Taj)

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  • Thea PowellThea Powell Member Posts: 852
    edited 30 August, 2008
    Is he neutered? If so this is totally nomal for neuter cats the get the "Old Mans Belly" If not how long has this been going on? does he eat well or maybe too well? I would also call my vet if he is not neuter not eating too much and is active then just see what the vet has too say. Hope this helps :-h
  • Melissa DeVoeMelissa DeVoe MechanicvilleMember Posts: 64
    edited 30 August, 2008
    Is it just a little flap of skin that hangs down? Some of my cats have had that, we'd call it their "sack" :)) kitty (RIP) had a "sack" If it looks abnormal/has you worried, I'd get it checked out.
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