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Anorexia - what to do when your cat won't eat

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Anorexia - what to do when your cat won't eat

Anorexia is defined as a lack or loss of appetite and voluntary intake of food. In cats this can be due to a variety of reasons and usually treatment of the underlying disease is enough to help with return of appetite. However, some cats require nutritional support during treatment of the underlying disease until their appetite returns.

How can I entice my cat to eat?

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