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Dingobuc
November 17th 03, 01:30 PM
I noticed a clicking sound when my cat walks that started yesterday. She is still normally active and there seems to be no pain to the touch, nor is she limping. Is this normal, or has anyone ever experienced this before?

Sher
January 28th 04, 03:59 AM
I also have a cat, 10 1/2 years old that has clicking whenever he walks, still plays actively....but I am concerned as I know cats can often mask pain.....not sure if this is worth a trip to the vet....did you get any other information yet?

Sher
January 28th 04, 03:59 AM
I also have a cat, 10 1/2 years old that has clicking whenever he walks, still plays actively....but I am concerned as I know cats can often mask pain.....not sure if this is worth a trip to the vet....did you get any other information yet?

Sher
January 28th 04, 04:08 AM
Not sure how to do this, hope I am not repeating myself but I didn't see this go into the listing...I have a cat with clicking sounds as he walks also.....have you been able to get any more information?

Sher
January 28th 04, 04:08 AM
Not sure how to do this, hope I am not repeating myself but I didn't see this go into the listing...I have a cat with clicking sounds as he walks also.....have you been able to get any more information?

Hans Schrøder
January 28th 04, 04:40 AM
"Sher" > wrote in message
lkaboutpets.com...
> Not sure how to do this, hope I am not repeating myself but I didn't see
this go into the listing...I have a cat with clicking sounds as he walks
also.....have you been able to get any more information?
>
I am not sure which news reader you use, of cours, but most of them require
that you manually download the latest headers to see the new postings
(including your own). This may be done in two ways: Either you switch from
the currently read newsgroup to another one, and the switch back to the
first one, or, if you are using Outlook Express, hit the Headers button on
the tool bar. In other news readers this function may have another name like
Refresh or whatever.

Anyway, then your newly posted message will show up in the list.

Hans

Hans Schrøder
January 28th 04, 04:40 AM
"Sher" > wrote in message
lkaboutpets.com...
> Not sure how to do this, hope I am not repeating myself but I didn't see
this go into the listing...I have a cat with clicking sounds as he walks
also.....have you been able to get any more information?
>
I am not sure which news reader you use, of cours, but most of them require
that you manually download the latest headers to see the new postings
(including your own). This may be done in two ways: Either you switch from
the currently read newsgroup to another one, and the switch back to the
first one, or, if you are using Outlook Express, hit the Headers button on
the tool bar. In other news readers this function may have another name like
Refresh or whatever.

Anyway, then your newly posted message will show up in the list.

Hans