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Cats are Masters of Hiding Pain

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In honor of National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day, we’ve teamed up with Dr Liz Bales to raise awareness about the importance of feline veterinary visits.

In honor of National Take Your Cat to the Vet Day on August 22, we’ve teamed up with Dr Liz Bales to raise awareness about the importance of feline veterinary visits.

Did you know that cats are masters of hiding pain and illness? Oftentimes, subtle changes in your cat’s behavior can be the signs of a bigger problem. Take note of these subtle changes; after all, no one knows your cat better than you do.

If your cat is eating more or less, spending more time alone, or even grooming more or less than they used to, take note of these changes and discuss them with your veterinarian. Early diagnosis is the best way to help your cat, so make your cat’s next veterinary appointment today.

The #Cat2Vet Campaign is supported by the American Association of Feline Practitioners.

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