Health

November 2014 Issue

Most Cases of Deafness Are Acquired

If your cat has become unresponsive to everyday sounds, squeaky toys or his name, if he doesn’t know you’re in the room unless you touch him, or if a loud noise fails to awaken him, a veterinary visit should be scheduled to determine if he’s losing his hearing. Hearing is a vital sense for cats and greatly contributes to their self-preservation and comfort with us. Deafness in cats can be caused by a wide variety of conditions.

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