Features

June 2014 Issue

Burns Call for Quick Action at Home

Some can result in shock, while others may not be initially painful, but all require veterinary care

Cats who counter surf during food preparation, chew on exposed electrical cords or brush up against burning candles are all at risk for burns. Pink-nosed, light-colored cats who seek sunny spots outdoors for prolonged naps are also vulnerable — another reason to keep cats inside.

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