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I noticed that my 9 year old cat started having a little trouble jumping up on the bed (didn't seem to be jumping at 100


Asked by Member 964982 on Feb 16th 2010 in Arthritis
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Cleopatra 8/4/96-7/18/13

It is possible that she could have arthritis, although a vet would need to make that determination. If she is acting like she is hurting, definitely take her in to the vet. There are somethings that you can do to help her out, i.e. the stairs you can buy for animals to get onto furniture. Sometimes a vet will prescribe medicine as well. The key to finding out what is going on is to take your cat in to the vet.


Cleopatra 8/4/96-7/18/13 answered on 2/16/10. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Bugsy

A cat is considered a senior at the age of 7. There is a chance she has arthritis. You really should take her to the vet for an exam. We can only guess and he can find out what's wrong with her and maybe give her medication that will help her.


Bugsy answered on 2/17/10. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer