Why Do Cats Get Reobstructed?

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Cats can get reobstructed due to ongoing inflammation or trauma from initial treatment, or other problems that may stem from a poor evaluation of the cat. Susan Little, DVM, DABVP (Feline), owner of Bytown Cat Hospital in Ontario, Canada, explains that if veterinarians aren’t careful, they can become a part of the problem.

Cats can get reobstructed due to ongoing inflammation or trauma from initial treatment, or other problems that may stem from a poor evaluation of the cat. Susan Little, DVM, DABVP (Feline), owner of Bytown Cat Hospital in Ontario, Canada, explains that if veterinarians aren’t careful, they can become a part of the problem.

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