Disease

February 2007 Issue

Diagnosis: Pancreatitis

The inability of the pancreas to produce important digestive enzymes can kill a cat. Here are the signs to looks for.

The feline pancreas is a slender, pale pink, V-shaped strip of tissue that is tucked snugly within the right-hand side of a catís abdomen, at a junction between its kidney and its duodenum (the beginning portion of the intestine as it leaves the stomach).

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