Fires and Feline Heart Health

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Cats who suffer burns and smoke inhalation in fires end up with significant heart problems, according to research conducted at the University of California’s School of Veterinary Medicine in Davis. Scientists there studied more than 50 cats who had been in wildfires only a week or two earlier and found that they had an increased […]
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