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Q. I have a 5mth old male cat . He was neuterd an declawed about 2wks ago . For the last 3 days he just layes around lifeless but still eats n drinks.

A. This might be related to the declawing, it's not a recommended procedure unfortunately as it harms the cat's confidence a great deal.

Take him back to the vet to make sure it's not related to pain from the declawing, otherwise you will just have to wait and hope he grows out of it.

Answered By
DAVID ELBEZE, DVM, MRCVS

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