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My cat who has been missing three weeks has just

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Hi my cat who has been missing for nearly three weeks has just turns up home he has lost an awful lot of weight I can see his hip bones. He has always been a skinny cat. He seems to have hurt his front foot I am going to take him to the vet in the morning if it doesn't seem any better he is a bit growly at the mo so think his foot might hurt a lil is there anything I can give him to help over night. I would take him tonight but my daughter is really ill and I have no one to sit with her
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Expert:  Mr. Wilson replied 1 year ago.
Hello, my name is***** hope you were able to find the needed help for your cat. It is always best to contact your vet, who has accurate records of your animal, before giving any type of medication (even to calm them). All the best to you.
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