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Feature April 2014 Issue

Diagnosis: Meningioma in Cats

The most common type of feline brain tumor can very often be treated surgically with excellent results. Here’s what you should know.

Your 10-year-old cat seems to be slowing down quite a bit. She no longer scampers happily from one end of your home to the other. She doesn’t spend much time playing with her toys, and she’s stopped hopping up onto your lap while you’re watching TV.

Instead, she’s begun devoting long stretches of time lying absolutely motionless in a corner, staring dreamily into space. At her age, such behavioral changes may simply be a normal consequence…

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