Yes, I believe you are right. We spoke about that a few class meetings ago. Mostly saying that that sort of thing is normal in many places; however, I am from one of those areas/small towns where people are born, raised, and die here. Haha. Not to say that everyone does, but you get what I'm saying I'd guess…
Cat help needed
HI. We recently had tragedy when we lost a kitten. He was about 5 months old, a farm cat from a neighbor. We found him Sun. unable to move one rear leg, this gradually progessed to his other rear leg, and eventually was completely paralysed and died before we could get him to a vet on Mon. Does anyone have any idea what was wrong with him so we can prevent this ever again!? Thanks for any advice.
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IM so sorry for your loss … it almost sounds like feline leukemia or feline aids... we had 2 litter mates die from it... And the symtoms you describe sound all to familar ... You might contact your vet and ask questions... If you have other cats, this is a highly contagious desease.