Health

November 2013 Issue

When the Diagnosis Is Arthritis

A few easy, often inexpensive changes at home can make your cat’s life less painful and more comfortable

Arthritis creeps up on a cat with signs so subtle that they’re easy to miss: getting up more slowly from a nap, dashing after a toy mouse less often, perhaps even losing interest in leaping from the floor to the kitchen counter top.

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