Keeping Your Cat Safe 
From Burns

If your cat does get burned, you need to know the treatment protocols.

Generally speaking, a cat who lives entirely indoors is much safer than one who spends time outside and can get hit by a car or injured or killed by another animal. The exception is a house cat’s risk for burns. Says Tufts emergency and clinical care veterinarian Elizabeth Rozanski, DVM, “indoor cats are at the […]
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