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Feature October 2017 Issue

What to Do If Your Cat Gets Burned

It stands to reason that cats who spend all of their time living indoors are far less prone to serious injury than outdoor cats. However, this doesnít mean that an indoor cat is completely out of harmís way. Even within their own homes, they can suffer serious injuries, not the least of which are disabling and even fatal burns.

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