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    Hind limb weakness in otherwise healthy 9 month old cat.

    An update: After some bargaining on price, we agreed to the MRI and (if that showed nothing out of the ordinary) a spinal tap and analysis. Preliminary results on the MRI showed nothing abnormal - no tumors or masses, and no pinched or squeezed nerves either. We're waiting for a more in-depth...
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    Hind limb weakness in otherwise healthy 9 month old cat.

    Hi all, We just got all her blood tests back, and they're all clear. So no evidence of FIP, Feline leukemia, or anything else - though they did explain there's a small possibility that the tests can miss certain things. Her condition doesn't seem to be getting any worse, and she seems happy...
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    Hind limb weakness in otherwise healthy 9 month old cat.

    Thanks for that information - it's good to know that about FIP. But yes, it's a very strange and disheartening problem - she seems fine in every single way (happy, eating, litter box, playing) EXCEPT that her hind legs are wasting away, getting weaker and weaker.
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    Hind limb weakness in otherwise healthy 9 month old cat.

    Not yet. They didn't want to give her anything yet because of the possible upcoming MRI. No, she has no other symptoms we can see. She's eating well, using the litterbox, still walking around and even running and playing. Still affectionate and no obvious pain, even when being picked up and...
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    Hind limb weakness in otherwise healthy 9 month old cat.

    Hi, Just looking for thoughts or idea for a recent problem that's cropped up in our small cat, Ernie. She's a female domestic Medium hair cat. 9 months old. Spayed. She was the runt of her litter and has always been small - now at 9 months she weighs 6.3 lbs (her brother's almost 10lbs at the...
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