our "bad andy" recently developed a problem with his hind legs, he does not seem to have any control

janice danielsonjanice danielson Port OrchardMember Posts: 3

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  • Joy WaltersJoy Walters Member Posts: 9,276
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    Poor kitty! We aren't doctors here and can't really diagnose a medical problem like that. However, if Andy is an outdoor cat, is it possible that he was hit by a car or in a fight with another cat? Or, could he have fallen off something in your house and injured himself? He could also have eaten something and been poisoned. This sounds like a neurological problem. your question was cut off, but Andy needs to get to the vet, and if he's already been and the problem persists, he needs to go back immediately.
  • Amazing GraceAmazing Grace San Jose CAMember Posts: 1
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    HCM is a problem in some families of us Maine Coons (and a lot of breeds as well as in 'moggies') Are his toes cold? Does he seem to be in pain? He needs to see the vet as soon as possible.
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