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Feature July 2017 Issue

Why Pancreatitis Is So Puzzling

Unfortunately, all cats are at risk of developing pancreatitis, regardless of age, gender, breed or body condition.

Why Pancreatitis Is So Puzzling

This baffling and potentially deadly disorder is challenging for veterinarians to diagnose and treat. Here are the most common signs to look for.

Although the pancreas is a comparatively small organ, typically weighing only an ounce or so, your catís health relies on its smooth functioning. Indeed, inflammation of this vital organ ó a disorder referred to as pancreatitis ó can imperil a catís life.

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