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The fancy medical name for Pillow Foot is Plasma Cell Pododermatitis. Pink or purplish swollen pads that feel very soft or spongy when pressed characterize this disease. All four feet may or may not be affected but rarely does it develop on only one foot. Any age, gender, or breed of cat can be affected. Often, the cat won't seem particularly bothered by this condition in a mild form and require no treatment, but if lameness develops treatment with corticosteroid hormones is generally effective.


For more information about Pillow Foot
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