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It is not unusual for older cats to develop extra skin in these areas of the paws from years of movement. Since these are covered with fur, this is a normal age related occurrence and will not harm her....the only time this may cause a problem is if they grow large enough to interfere with function and this is very rare.
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I did receive your answer and it was of great help. I will keep an eye on my cat's feet and watch for any other developments. Glad you are just a click away! Thank you.
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