My cat's paws shake or tremor a few seconds
My cat is 12 years old, and I notice that when she is lying down, her back paws sometimes shake. Now today I notice her front paw doing it. She has been diagnosed with kidney disease. She is strictly an indoor cat. Is this part of the disease?
I'm sorry to hear that your cat is ill. According to PetMD, tremors can be a sign of kidney failure, yes, but it may be caused by other things.
This is something you should discuss with your vet, as it may indicate a problem that has yet been undetected.
Here's a list of possible causes of neurological tremors in cats
According to Feline CRF
, twitching may be caused by high phosphorous levels, or calcium or potassium imbalances, or other conditions that may accompany kidney disease in cats.
The video of Pharaoh shows muscle tremors that helped his vet diagnose his problems further, and it was discovered he had high blood pressure.
Perhaps you could make a video for your vet?