Cats Can Hide Illness from Humans

Vet Says Cats Adept at Hiding Illness from Owners A leading London-based feline vet is recommending that cat owners generally need to watch their cat’s behaviour more closely – to spot subtle signs of illness before it becomes serious. Dr. Jeremy Campbell, a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Advanced Practitioner in Feline Medicine and owner of The…

via Vet Says Cats Adept at Hiding Illness from Owners — Katzenworld

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4 thoughts on “Cats Can Hide Illness from Humans”

  1. How true. I missed all the signs that Louie the ginger kitty was sick – stopped eating, stopped all activity except sleep, and others – until his last day on earth. Though his veterinarian assured me my usual routine of checking for lumps or sores or other irregularities wouldn’t have located the lymph gland on his spine that ruptured and released the poison into his system, Louie died of the lymphoma that over-loaded the lymph gland that ruptured. Pay attention to your kitty’s behavior because the signs they are sick are very subtle and easily over-looked!

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    1. True! Purr isn’t as much of an expert as Mr. M. In fact, before he tested a silvervine blend for Kiara, we didn’t have a clue how arthritic he was … we simply thought of him as a snugly, lazy fellow.

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