I do cat/kitten rescue and one of the individuals who adopted a young male cat contacted me regarding her pet. She stated "Buzzie" had a temperature, licking the bottom of the pads of his feet which seemed hot to the touch. She took him to our mutual Vet and they gave me metacam. They did a lab panel and found nothing however 1 lymph node was swollen and an external ear infection. This is an indoor pet where the pets are the 2 peoples lives. They have 2 additional cats which are not experiencing this at all. The vets are somewhat stumped! Has anyone else been through this? Your help would be greatly appreciated!
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7/4/06 at 11:12am