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Nasal discharge doesn’t sound cute, but you need to know what to look out for.
No, not like that. They’re literally drinking a lot of water. Here’s when you should be worried.
Veterinarian Dr. Alycia Washington breaks down the four most common types of cancer in cats, from how to spot the early signs to how to treat them.
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Dr. Bruce Kornreich explains why going this route isn’t always the answer.
They’re not exactly blowing their noses and rubbing Vicks on their chests, but here’s what you need to know.
Everything you need to know about the common disease.
Seriously, though — here’s how to deal with cat constipation.
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