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Q. Our cat was attacked by a dog and she can not stand up on all 4. If we touch her back paws she will pull them away and he does move her legs.

A. Your cat needs to be seen by a veterinarian for pain treatment and X-rays. Her behavior is indicative of a neurological injury which needs to be addressed immediately.

Answered By
PAULA SIMONS

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