General information on Sprains
Sprains are an injury caused from tearing or stretching ligaments.
Symptoms of Sprains
Symptoms of Sprains may include swelling, temporary lameness, pain over the joint and the cat's reluctance to place weight on a leg.
Treatments for Sprains
If you suspect your cat has a sprain, have your vet examine it to determine if there may be further injury such as a fracture or dislocation. Generally, treatments for sprains include resting the affected area and icepacks. Never give your cat human pain medications as these are toxic to cats.
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