November 2015 Issue

Keeping 15-Year Old Chelsea Pain Free Around The Clock

When Eileen Marek of Sherman Oaks, Calif., was referred to a specialist after her 15-year-old cat Chelsea was diagnosed with bone cancer of the jaw, she expected the worst. “I was thinking I would have two choices,” she says, “surgery or put her to sleep. I was pretty stressed going into that appointment.”

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