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Feature March 2016 Issue

How to Recognize an Emergency

Some conditions can wait until tomorrow (or next week), while others require prompt veterinary attention. Do you know the difference?

How to Recognize an Emergency

As a cat owner, you should know when it is okay to delay veterinary attention, and when it is a matter of life-and-death. Here are the signs to take seriously.

Cats are masters at hiding pain and illness, which can make it difficult for their owners to recognize that something is amiss. However, owners should become concerned when they observe persistent subtle changes in their catís behavior such as eating less, sleeping or hiding more than usual or reduced interest in playing ...

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