No Time to Lose

Cats are masters at hiding illness, but some signs should be taken as unmistakable warnings to rush to the emergency room.

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You know that if your cat starts eating less or keeping to herself more, something might be amiss and you should schedule a doctor’s visit. But there are other signals that your pet may well be in the throes of a life-or-death emergency and needs to see the veterinarian now. Here’s a rundown. Straining to […]
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