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.

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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