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    cat-swollen leg

    I came home today and realized my indoor-outdoor cat was limping. Vet closed all weekend. The paw seemed fine, but the upper leg looks swollen. Anyone have this happen to an animal before?
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    I hurt myself in tennis today as well, knee swelling big, calf hurts too

    Give kitty 2 advil + Angels Envy

    It'll be ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by thetrinity View Post
    I came home today and realized my indoor-outdoor cat was limping. Vet closed all weekend. The paw seemed fine, but the upper leg looks swollen. Anyone have this happen to an animal before?
    Could be a bee sting or worse a snake bite. Give it a day or two -- leave it inside
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    If you're vaxxed, then it could be from that. The spike protein is affecting mostly dogs though not cats. Many, many, vaxxed peoples animals either getting sick and dying or getting very ill suddenly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtneer1212 View Post
    Could be a bee sting or worse a snake bite. Give it a day or two -- leave it inside
    I was leaning to something like a bee sting or maybe a fire ant, which I have seen around lately. I guess it could be a snake. He is moving much better today, but I was planning on keeping him in until least Monday anyways.
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    I think it's a hematoma. Common for cats to get them in their ears from mites. Don't try to drain it! Its not a big cold sore type thing that you can just puncture and drain like a blister. A vet will need to do it.....they're tricky. I've had probably 50 cats in my life and have seen quite a few.

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    That's a lot of cats Natty.

    You live alone?

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    I wish. They're my girls f\*\*\*ing cats. Although...some of them aren't too bad. They're always running around on my desk and keyboard when I'm in my man cave and they start to grow on you.

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    Hope the little ktty is feeling better.

    If it's still swollen on Monday morn you might need the vet.

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    I can only think of one cure for swollen and engorged PU$$Y - but I don’t think that’s the remedy you’re looking for…..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaltedHopsFrenzy View Post
    I can only think of one cure for swollen and engorged PU$$Y - but I don’t think that’s the remedy you’re looking for…..
    Damn you and your delicious taco and cerveza night...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hehfest View Post
    If you're vaxxed, then it could be from that. The spike protein is affecting mostly dogs though not cats. Many, many, vaxxed peoples animals either getting sick and dying or getting very ill suddenly.
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    Hes doing much better. Stopped limping Saturday but was still moving kinda slow. Today was like nothing happened, let him back outside but kept a close eye on him. Not sure what actually happened.
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