My cat is 7 years old, and for 3 years he has had problems with his back legs and excessive peeing. He is not diabetic. He walks some of the time but mostly drags his back legs. he sits with his back legs streight out. He seems to get leg cramps, he eats and drinks alot but seems to stay the same weight. He pees all the time. He plays and does not appear to be in pain, only when he gets the cramps. He is an indoor cat which ruled out being hit by a car. He also has to almost be lying down with his legs back to poop. The vet dosent seem to have a clue. Any help with this nightmare would be appreciated.
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