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    Fatty Liver Disease in Cats — What It Is and How to Protect Your Cat


    Hepatic lipidosis, a.k.a. “fatty liver disease,” is a serious and debilitating condition in cats. It’s caused by an overabundance of fat being moved to and deposited within a cat’s liver, which will happen when their body is otherwise “starved” for energy.

    Read on to learn more about what hepatic lipidosis is, the signs to watch for, and how you can prevent your cat from suffering from fatty liver disease.

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    Topics: Liver Failure, Obesity, Diabetes in Cats, Pancreatitis, Loss of appetite

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