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Quick Answers To Your Cat's Medical Symptoms
Tuesday 21st of February 2017




Cat symptoms that start in the Other area

Select a other symptom below to continue your cat medical diagnosis.
Accidental Urination Outside The Litter Box
Anemia
Appetite Loss
Appetite With Weight Loss
Bacterial Infections
Bent Posture
Breathing With Mouth Open
Chest Pushed Out And Head Extended To Get More Air
Chills
Collapse
Coma
Constant And Frequent Grooming
Convulsions
Decrease In Body Temperature
Dehydration
Difficulty Balancing
Dizziness
Drop In Body Temperature
Dry Rice-like Segments On Floor Or Furniture
Eating Difficulties
Enlarged Lymph Nodes
Excessive Thirst
Extended Periods Of Squatting Or Straining
Extremely Sensitive To The Touch
Faint Pulse
Falling Or Turning To One Side
Falling To The Ground
Fatigue
Fever
Fluctuation In Weight
Growth Deformities
Hunch Down On Chest While Straining To Breath
Inability For A Male Cat To Mate
Inability To Breed
Inability To Use One Or More Limbs
Increase In The Consumption Of Liquids
Increased Appetite
Increased Thirst
Intense Itching
Intense Itching On The Head And Shoulders
Intense Pain
Intolerance To Exercise
Itching On The Head And Neck
Jaundice
Lameness
Lethargy
Listlessness
Loud Noises Or Touching The Cat Starts A Seizure
Low Body Temperature
Malnourished Even With A Big Appetite
Muscle Spasms
Muscle Spasms Around The Spine
Muscle Tremors
Neurological Deterioration
Odd Posture
Pain And Swelling Over Bone
Pain When Touched
Paralysis
Poor Coordination
Previous Gastrointestinal Illness
Rapid Pulse
Refusal To Eat Or Drink
Restlessness
Seizures
Severe Pain When Touched
Shaking
Shivering
Slow Heart Rate
Sneezing
Staggering
Starved Appetite
Stiff Gait
Stops Grooming Itself
Stunted Growth
Sudden Onset Of Paralysis
Sudden Sleep
Swelling
Swollen Lymph Nodes
Thin Appearance
Thirst
Tremors
Unconsciousness
Unpleasant Odor
Unsteady Gait
Walking In Circles
Walking Low To The Ground
Weakness
Weight Gain
Weight Loss



 






The information contained on this site is for the sole purpose of being informative and is not and should not be used or relied upon as medical advice.
Seek the advice of your vet or other qualified pet care provider before you decide on any treatment or for answers to any questions you may have regarding a feline medical symptom or medical condition.



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