It can be difficult to tell if your cat is in pain for several reasons. Cat owners can often miss or miss the subtle signs of pain in their cats until their cats show more obvious signs, such as loss of appetite and lethargy. In some cases, cats show more obvious symptoms only after prolonged illness or if they are very sick. By the time you notice something is wrong with your cat, it may be longer than you think.
Although no one cares about the pain felt by pets, it is important to be able to observe the signs of pain in the cat, so that you can take the necessary steps to comfort you and prevent medical problems. worsen.
It can be difficult to tell if your cat is in pain
Cats are experts to hide the disease. This is partly because cats are both prey and predator, and in the wild, lack of pain can protect them from predators or other potentially threatening cats. Showing signs of pain makes them more vulnerable to attack.
It can also be difficult for your veterinarian to notice signs of pain because cats hide their pain because of the fear and stress that are common during visits to the vet. Your cat may also go into combat or flight mode, which may result in decreased pain perception.
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