Baldness in hindquarters
Having trouble urinating or defaecating. Baldness in hindquarters . Old cat.
on Aug 16th 2012
in Health & Wellness
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Elderly cats, like elderly people, need extra care and attention. After a cat has given us many years of love and loyalty, we owe it to them to vet them as often as they need it, especially when there's something obviously wrong, as with your kitty. Even if we were veterinary professionals on this site, we couldn't possibly diagnose what's wrong over a computer and shouldn't suggest treatment. Your kitty needs to be seen in real time for a hands-on exam by a vet. Yes, it's costly, but most vets understand that few of us are financially "set" nowadays and will work with you on a payment plan. I've never heard of a vet who will refuse to treat a sick cat just because the owner is financially embarrassed at the moment. Please take your little senior citizen to a vet and make his last years comfortable.
Izadore (Izzie) answered on 8/17/12. Helpful? / 0