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Emergencies: Cat

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Excessive Sneezing and Nasal Discharge

Cats sneeze for many reasons. If sneezing is the only symptom your cat displays -- i.e., no discharge from eyes or nose, good appetite, no change in behavior or activity level --...

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Wound Treatment for Cats (Overview)

Cats are just as susceptible to everyday minor injuries as any other animal. Many cuts (lacerations), bruises (contusions), and scrapes (abrasions) are not life threatening and will...

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Broken Bones in Cats

We usually think of cats as graceful and agile animals that can make impressive jumps. However, even the best athlete can miss. Falls and collisions with cars are the most common...

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Poisonous Plants for Cats

Cats will chew on plants. And, because they love to climb and explore, it is difficult to keep plants out of their reach. Therefore, if you are going to have plants in your house,...

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Seizures and Convulsions in Cats

It can be very upsetting to see your cat have a seizure. Fortunately a single seizure is usually of short duration, and your cat is unconscious while convulsing. Seizures happen...

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Most Read Emergency Articles

Common Emergencies for Adult Cats
Here are some of the most common emergencies involving cats found in emergency veterinary...
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Common Emergencies for Senior Cats
Here are some of the most common cat emergencies found in emergency veterinary hospitals...
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Common Emergencies for Kittens
Here are some of the most common kitten emergencies found in emergency veterinary...
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CPR and Artificial Respiration for Senior ...
When necessary and if performed correctly, CPR may give you time to get your cat...
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