Is Your Cat Suffering from Oligoanalgesia?

Options for relieving a cat in the throes of pain may be missed.

Were you aware that in people, inadequate treatment of pain following procedures like C-sections and chest surgeries can pave the way for chronic pain that lasts long beyond the recovery period? The same is true for cats. It’s because neurological and chemical pathways in the body that relay messages of pain to the brain become […]
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