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Paralysis Kitten No Pain

Based on the history you provided, below are possible causes for your kitten’s paralysis. If you still seek further information, please visit our Ask The Vet page to submit a one on one consultation with a licensed veterinarian 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Intervertebral disc injury
Feline leukemia

One thought on “Paralysis Kitten No Pain

  1. Anna Brown says:

    I rescued a kitten two days ago. He has deformed rear legs and has trouble knowing when he’s using the bathroom and needs helping having a bowel movement. He’s six weeks old. He eats well, plays and sleeps like a normal kitten. He even can drag his back end and chase my other cat. He’s very loving. I don’t want to euthanize him I just don’t know what to do from there. I need help. I work at a vet clinic and my doctor didn’t give me much information just said “wait and see”

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