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Kitty Cat Question.....(SAMMY WENT TO THE VET TODAY UPDATE)

 
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My Cat Sammy is 5 now he is a Black and Grey Tabby he is male and big and kind of on the overweight side...

Totally indoor cat
On his back down by his hind legs his fur is very matted almost like he has dandruff and it sticks off of him like clumpy..I have cut some of those clumps off myself but their is quite a bit on that section of his back, he is tender there when I touch those clumps..

Any advice? or do you think he needs to see Kitty Vet?



08/17

Good News is Sammy only had Matted Clumps on his back fur and the Dr. was able to remove all of them with a special kind of brush and he did not need to be shaved..

He said he has no infections on his skin, I just need to give him some fish oil in his food.

He did say he is Chubby...22 lbs he weighs. However he was not to concerned just said watch out how much we are feeding him during the course of the day.

He also got his annual rabies and booster shot.

So Kitty is now good to go and happy he is home!

Thanks for all your well wishes we appreciate it!!



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My Cat Sammy is 5 now he is a Black and Grey Tabby he is male and big and kind of on the overweight side...

Totally indoor cat
On his back down by his hind legs his fur is very matted almost like he has dandruff and it sticks off of him like clumpy..I have cut some of those clumps off myself but their is quite a bit on that section of his back, he is tender there when I touch those clumps..

Any advice? or do you think he needs to see Kitty Vet?

 Quoting: christian


Your Cat is too fat and does not want to stretch to lick to get the tangle and clumps out in the furthest area from it's face..

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bumpcatfilenails SAMMY THANKS YOU!
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Take it to the vet if you can afford it. If it's tender, then there might be some sores.


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sounds like kitty too fat to groom fully


vets just wanna take your money and cut your pets up
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Take it to the vet if you can afford it. If it's tender, then there might be some sores.


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Taking Sammy to the Vet is a good idea..Investigate further..

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My Cat Sammy is 5 now he is a Black and Grey Tabby he is male and big and kind of on the overweight side...

Totally indoor cat
On his back down by his hind legs his fur is very matted almost like he has dandruff and it sticks off of him like clumpy..I have cut some of those clumps off myself but their is quite a bit on that section of his back, he is tender there when I touch those clumps..

Any advice? or do you think he needs to see Kitty Vet?

 Quoting: christian


Your Cat is too fat and does not want to stretch to lick to get the tangle and clumps out in the furthest area from it's face..
 Quoting: THE GRAND INQUISIDOR


He's not that fat, but those clumps are near his tail and a bit above it...I see what your saying though.....

He's always hungry for everything...I think I give him to many Temptations...

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sounds kitty like too fat to groom fully


vets just wanna take your money and cut your pets up
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Sheesh, my kitteh's vet isn't like that. He's more a petarian....hf that's the pet form of humanitarian.
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Take it to the vet if you can afford it. If it's tender, then there might be some sores.


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Taking Sammy to the Vet is a good idea..Investigate further..
 Quoting: THE GRAND INQUISIDOR


Ok will do...

Thanks!!

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My Cat Sammy is 5 now he is a Black and Grey Tabby he is male and big and kind of on the overweight side...

Totally indoor cat
On his back down by his hind legs his fur is very matted almost like he has dandruff and it sticks off of him like clumpy..I have cut some of those clumps off myself but their is quite a bit on that section of his back, he is tender there when I touch those clumps..

Any advice? or do you think he needs to see Kitty Vet?

 Quoting: christian


Your Cat is too fat and does not want to stretch to lick to get the tangle and clumps out in the furthest area from it's face..
 Quoting: THE GRAND INQUISIDOR


He's not that fat, but those clumps are near his tail and a bit above it...I see what your saying though.....

He's always hungry for everything...I think I give him to many Temptations...

 Quoting: christian


remove the clumps with a good cat brush or use your hands, if kitty lets you.
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sounds kitty like too fat to groom fully


vets just wanna take your money and cut your pets up
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Sheesh, my kitteh's vet isn't like that. He's more a petarian....hf that's the pet form of humanitarian.
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My Vet to is a good doc....However you know taking the Kitty to vet is kinda like pulling teeth!

:)

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My Cat Sammy is 5 now he is a Black and Grey Tabby he is male and big and kind of on the overweight side...

Totally indoor cat
On his back down by his hind legs his fur is very matted almost like he has dandruff and it sticks off of him like clumpy..I have cut some of those clumps off myself but their is quite a bit on that section of his back, he is tender there when I touch those clumps..

Any advice? or do you think he needs to see Kitty Vet?

 Quoting: christian


Your Cat is too fat and does not want to stretch to lick to get the tangle and clumps out in the furthest area from it's face..
 Quoting: THE GRAND INQUISIDOR


He's not that fat, but those clumps are near his tail and a bit above it...I see what your saying though.....

He's always hungry for everything...I think I give him to many Temptations...

 Quoting: christian


remove the clumps with a good cat brush or use your hands, if kitty lets you.
 Quoting: Jeezum Crow


Temptations are less than 2 calories each, lol. Give him moar, moar!
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to be honest if you had a picture for reference (i mean you dont need a pic you got the actual cat) you should be able to find whats going on somewhere on google. there are ENDLESS ammounts of pet websites with free info hf
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They're cysts. My friend had a cat that was severely overweight, and he had clumps like that on his back. All the vet can do is drain them. Does your cat go outside?
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Try to wash him if you can and cut off the matted fur. If you see any sores then definitely take him to a vet.

Try to brush that area once or twice a day after that to keep him from getting anymore mats or tangles.

It happens and is usually not a big deal if you get to it pretty quickly., but the mats hurt so try and prevent them if you can.

If left untreated it can turn into infected sores.
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dandruff usually means not enough oil in its diet, but it's fat so feeding it oily food is going to make it fatter. I'd get some pet clippers and shave its butt. The clumpy is probably dried sh_t because it's fat and lazy and can't manuever in the litter box. Nothing you can do about the fatness really, it's just cat genetics. Some get fat and lazy and some don't. Shave it's butt or half it's body or make it look like a lion.
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Go to your local Co op and ask for an antibiotic spray. They make several. It can be used on all mammals and I've even used it on my neighbors spider bite. Mine is packed up now ( I'm moving) so I can give you the name. I swear by that stuff. We've saved many vet bills by using this stuff. It has a picture of a horse head on the bottle and it cost about 30 bucks.

vetercin I think it's called.

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Go to your local Co op and ask for an antibiotic spray. They make several. It can be used on all mammals and I've even used it on my neighbors spider bite. Mine is packed up now ( I'm moving) so I can give you the name. I swear by that stuff. We've saved many vet bills by using this stuff. It has a picture of a horse head on the bottle and it cost about 30 bucks.

vetercin I think it's called.
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They're cysts. My friend had a cat that was severely overweight, and he had clumps like that on his back. All the vet can do is drain them. Does your cat go outside?
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No he never goes outside. We have a Condo enclosure so he walks outside into the enclosure from the den window but he cannot get out of it to roam anywhere..Just in the condo


You mean drain the clumps? I can cut the clumps off but I cannot get close to his skin orherwise it hurts him.

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Go to your local Co op and ask for an antibiotic spray. They make several. It can be used on all mammals and I've even used it on my neighbors spider bite. Mine is packed up now ( I'm moving) so I can give you the name. I swear by that stuff. We've saved many vet bills by using this stuff. It has a picture of a horse head on the bottle and it cost about 30 bucks.

vetercin I think it's called.
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Ok..I will see if they have it at PetSmart...
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My Cat Sammy is 5 now he is a Black and Grey Tabby he is male and big and kind of on the overweight side...

Totally indoor cat
On his back down by his hind legs his fur is very matted almost like he has dandruff and it sticks off of him like clumpy..I have cut some of those clumps off myself but their is quite a bit on that section of his back, he is tender there when I touch those clumps..

Any advice? or do you think he needs to see Kitty Vet?

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He might be allergic to fleas. Take him to the vet.
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Kitty may be avoiding grooming those areas because of a medical problem. I think you should bring him to the vet. It's always a good idea to have a complete exam once in awhile anyway.

Most vets are in it because they love animals.

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Kitty may be avoiding grooming those areas because of a medical problem. I think you should bring him to the vet. It's always a good idea to have a complete exam once in awhile anyway.

Most vets are in it because they love animals.

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Yes I am going to...
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Kitty may be avoiding grooming those areas because of a medical problem. I think you should bring him to the vet. It's always a good idea to have a complete exam once in awhile anyway.

Most vets are in it because they love animals.

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Yes I am going to...
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After the vet visit, will you let us know how he's doing?

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Yes. See the vet.

The Vet can assess what it is that is causing the fur to matte up like that and teach you to care for it properly.

I'd hate for it to be a skin condition or an underlying infection and then tell you some home remedy to try while the cat is suffering.
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Yes. See the vet.

The Vet can assess what it is that is causing the fur to matte up like that and teach you to care for it properly.

I'd hate for it to be a skin condition or an underlying infection and then tell you some home remedy to try while the cat is suffering.
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I use food grade diatomaceous earth on my cat. It's a cheap and effective way to rid worms and fleas.

My cat is doing amazing with it. His fur is fluffy again, and he has stopped vomiting. Perhaps do some research and see if it will work for your situation?
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Get some clippers and do a number two around all the bad areas.

Edit: and take him the vet
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Sammy has an appt with the Vet this Friday at 11:a.m

Will update!

Thanks everyone!


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Sammy has an appt with the Vet this Friday at 11:a.m

Will update!

Thanks everyone!


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