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RE: My Cat is acting strange

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Posted by: shortstff467 at Sat Jun 14 23:49:23 2003  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by shortstff467 ]  
   

>>This cat needs a vet check ASAP just to be sure there is no underlying medical cause for this new behavior. Even if you don't see a mark on him, though it could be that something spooked him suddenly. Maybe he saw another cat unexpectedly outside. But since he is off his food a bit too, he should be examined.
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>>Good luck. Let us know what the vet says!
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>> Smile, it will make them wonder what you are up to!


This is probably totally off the wall, but there are different degrees of deafness. The first thing that popped into my mind when I read this was, maybe for the first time he heard a sound . That sure would spook him and also have him looking around trying to figure out what it was. Yeah I know, probably far fetched.. I would have him vet checked....Shorty
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