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Answered: Has my cat been run over

This is a serious issue, she might be affected with arthritis . Make a visit to a vet and get him properly diagnosed for the cause and also get her treated as soon as possible or your cat can become completely immobile.

Answered: We have a female cat that has been spayed for ...

with these signs of being in heat but they are not, will there middle part get fat and one nipple swelled out

Answered: What if my cat is my everything is that a mental disorder?

I can see that these were not the answers that you were hoping for. Madam Zarzamora

Answered: Why the heck should i get my "inside" cats spayed?

Because if you don't they will start to pee around your home to let the males know where they are at,then the males will start to spray aroundthe out side of your home.Not to mention all the howling that will go on.Good-luck

Answered: A Male with catheter because of infection of prostate after biopsy

I don't think you can voluntarily do anything with a catheter in. Hope you get well soon!
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