I think concrete can damage most things if it's dropped from high enough.
Depends on what you do with the cat and the concrete.
I would bet the answer is "yes".
Was it ER or Grey's Anatomy where they had they ep of the guy that was encased in concrete whom they were trying to save from dying?
Ok, I just tested it. 10 pound slab dropped from 6 feet up onto a 7 pound cat. Allen, since you brought this up, will you help clean up the mess?
Cat barf here and there and a cat turd now and then is NOTHING.
If you mean by going "Bulleting" in SF in a lowered car, I think the answer is a big yes.
Bring back the Sig Test!
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Did he eat it? Walk in it?
Had a friend's father, a mason, who was a burly type and didn't wear kneepads or anything and he got concrete poisoning - which is rather like a chemical burn, but I guess it got more into his skin and he had some long term health issues.
umm...yes, concrete shoes can be damaging to a cat, just like they are to NY mobsters.