Mind of Your Cat

August 2007 Issue

What Might Changed Behavior Mean?

Often, it's the first sign of a health condition. Be sure to consult with your veterinarian.

When a cat is not doing well, for whatever reason, she depends upon her special person to take notice. Usually, some behavioral change will be observed. The behavioral change is the clinical sign that drives a person to consult with his veterinarian. Veterinarians receive complaints ranging from the very specific "My cat is sneezing" to the very elusive "My cat is just not herself." These behavioral changes are the indicators that a cat needs attention.

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