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Liver problems in your cat Owner Factsheet

Liver disease is quite common in cats and can occur at any age, from kittens to old age. Usually the signs of liver disease, like many diseases in cats, are a bit vague; affected cats are often just quiet, have reduced appetite and lose weight. Jaundice is quite often seen and if your cat has this you may notice yellowness in the eyes, mouth or skin or the urine being darker than usual.

Why does a cat get liver disease?

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How would I know if my cat has liver disease?

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Why can't my vet just prescribe some treatment over the phone?

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Can liver disease be treated?

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What happens if I don't get treatment for my cat?

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How can I stop my cat getting liver disease?

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Conclusion

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