Clicking sound when cat walks.
My cat is thirteen and appears to be very healthy, although she has always been small for her age. In the last day or so I have noticed a clicking sound (on our wooden floors) when she walks which I think is coming from one of her front paws.
My husband has looked at her paws and can't detect anything. She is not limping nor washing a particular area of her paws.
Do you know what this might be?
Answer by Kate
sounds like she may need her claws clipped. My own cat seems to need her claws cliiped quite often now she is getting on a bit and soesn't go out that often to wear her claws down naturally. When she walks on our wooden floors you hear a little clicking sound.
You can either clip them your self (see our groom pages here on this site) or you can get the vet or a groomers to do it for you.
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