Cat Paw Pad Problems

Some injuries resolve on their own, but swollen, sore, or bleeding paws need veterinary care

Although some feline paw pad problems may resolve on their own, when your cat’s paw pads become injured or appear abnormal, she should see her veterinarian promptly.

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