We took in a male siamese- looking cat which had been deserted by it's owners when they moved away about a year ago. He has been neutered, and is up to date with all his vaccinations. He seems to be in good health other than the fact that he suffers with extemely sore foot pads which are swollen, red, and sometimes even cracked and bloody looking.
He limps almost constantly.
Sometimes it is worse, but it is always there. He even tries to curl his feet in a certain way when he lies down to avoid putting pressure on them.
I think this pain also affects his personality as he tends to be crabby and mean with my other 2 cats, one which is a small fullgrown female tabby. He actually stalks her and attacks her. He even growls and often bites people. But then there are times when he is loving also. I feel his sore feet may be causing these behavior problems so I try to have great patience and sympathy for him.
When I asked my former vet about his sore paws, he recommended re
I would need to see your pet to give you an idea of what is wrong with the pads. I recommend that you ask your vet for a referral to a dermatologist. Maybe a specialist can give you a better idea about the problem. vetcare