Q. Looks like he has a cut
Gets more red
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It is difficult to provide a specific answer without more information and a physical examination by a veterinarian. However, if your cat has a cut that is getting more red, it is important to have it evaluated by a veterinarian as soon as possible. Redness can be a sign of infection, and prompt treatment is necessary to prevent the infection from worsening. Your veterinarian will be able to properly assess the wound and provide appropriate treatment, such as cleaning the wound and possibly prescribing antibiotics. It is important to keep the wound clean and monitor it for any changes in appearance or behavior in your cat.