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    How Can I Tell If My Cat Is In Pain?


    It can be extremely challenging to know when cats are in pain. Sure, sometimes it’s quite obvious. You know your cat is in pain when you see a noticeable limp, large cut, or observe an accident. But other times your cat’s signs of pain can be far more subtle. It’s at these times that people often need guidance on what to look for to know if their cat is suffering.

    Cats are masters at disguising pain. It's a survival instinct.

     

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    Topics: Cat Health, cat health issues, Cats, Pain, Signs of Pain, Warning Signs, Blog

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