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  • Twisted Legs in Kittens June 2, 2024
    Kittens can occasionally be born with one or more legs that appear twisted, which is due to a contracted tendon. Tendons are flexible, strong cords of tissue that connect muscles to bones and in the case of legs, enable movement by allowing muscles to contract and relax. When the tendon and attached muscle [...] The […]
  • Understanding Vascular Ring Anomaly in Kittens May 1, 2024
    What Is Vascular Ring Anomaly in Kittens? Vascular ring anomaly is a congenital disorder of the aorta (the main artery of the body that carries oxygenated blood from the heart to the rest of the body) or related arteries that involves partial or complete entrapment and compression of the esophagus, trachea or both. [...] The […]
  • Hairballs and Vomiting…What’s It All About? April 25, 2024
    Vomiting a hairball now and then is, at best, an unpleasant experience for both a cat and her human companion. A cat who needs to get rid of a hairball may hack, gag, retch or vomit. What comes up could be mucus, mucus with a bit of hair or food in it or [...] The […]

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  • Twisted Legs in Kittens
    Kittens can occasionally be born with one or more legs that appear twisted, which is due to a contracted tendon. Tendons are flexible, strong cords of tissue that connect muscles to bones and in the case of legs, enable movement by allowing muscles to contract and relax. When the tendon and attached muscle [...] The […]
  • Understanding Vascular Ring Anomaly in Kittens
    What Is Vascular Ring Anomaly in Kittens? Vascular ring anomaly is a congenital disorder of the aorta (the main artery of the body that carries oxygenated blood from the heart to the rest of the body) or related arteries that involves partial or complete entrapment and compression of the esophagus, trachea or both. [...] The […]
  • Hairballs and Vomiting…What’s It All About?
    Vomiting a hairball now and then is, at best, an unpleasant experience for both a cat and her human companion. A cat who needs to get rid of a hairball may hack, gag, retch or vomit. What comes up could be mucus, mucus with a bit of hair or food in it or [...] The […]
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