Vetstreet does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. It usually comes on suddenly: A diagnosis of saddle thrombus is typically confirmed based on clinical signs and physical examination. Kittens this age sometimes needs help using the litter box. Do you already have an account?
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Signs include significant crying or yowling secondary to pain, an inability to move the rear limbs, rear limbs that are cool to the touch and a bluish tint to the skin around the nails and pale foot pads on the rear paws. Wonder which dog or cat best fits your lifestyle? You have to get the kitten to the vet.
Cat Can’t Use Its Back Legs? It’s a Medical Emergency
"I learned quickly that Manx cats are prone to a number of problems. Another of the kittens, Lír, was born with noticeable deformities in his lower. Paralysis isn't all-or-nothing full rear leg paralysis is called paraplegia, but some cats only show partial paralysis symptoms. Dragging her. In some cases, the cat will not be able to move its legs at all (paralysis), and in dragging the rear legs; Possibly pain in the neck, spine or legs; Not able to.
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Visit our sponsors - Litter-boxes. Nov 1, 3. Typically, the veterinarian will note an absence of pulses in the major arteries inside the thighs.
What Causes a Saddle Thrombus?
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Paralysis isn't all-or-nothing full rear leg paralysis is called paraplegia, but some cats only show partial paralysis symptoms. Dragging her. In some cases, the cat will not be able to move its legs at all (paralysis), and in dragging the rear legs; Possibly pain in the neck, spine or legs; Not able to. to howl or pant and can't seem to move one or both of his back legs. . her back and only 1 survived both of the kittens legs were dragging.