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Feature November 2019 Issue

Detecting and Treating Arthritis

If a cat stops jumping to his favorite window seat, it could be a sign of arthritis.

Detecting and Treating Arthritis

Early diagnosis leads to more successful pain relief.

Cats are wily about concealing their pain. It comes from a genetically encoded instinct for self-protection, never wanting to let potential predators know they may be vulnerable. But if your cat has arthritis, there are frequently telltale signs.

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