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This is an interesting question. We really don't know is the best answer but it could be possible although probably unusual. If it is a recurrent problem I would be more concerned about the possibility of an injury or arthritis in an older cat. If it continues, it probably wouldn't hurt just to have your veterinarian take a feel of the leg and make sure everything is ok.

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I know for a fact that cats get crumps too, because they got muscles. Cats can also suffer from overfatigue and stress.
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