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15 Symptoms Of Your Cat Should Not Be Ignored

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15 Symptoms Of Your Cat Should Not Be Ignored

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There are serious symptoms that should never skip on your cat. One symptom is defined as “any problems that may indicate an underlying disorder” and can be your first sign in the presence of a life-threatening problem in your cat . Here is a list of 15 symptoms that should never be ignored if you see them from your cat.


1.No eating or anorexia

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Anorexia is a term used to describe the situation when an animal loses his appetite and does not want to eat or not eat. There are many causes of the situation, “appetite” and losing appetite is often the first sign of the disease. Regardless of the cause, loss of appetite can have a serious impact on the health of the animal if it lasts for 24 hours or more. Young animals under 6 months of age are particularly vulnerable to the problems caused by loss of appetite. This is usually one of the first symptoms of the disease in cats and can tell you first sign of the disease.

2.Difficulty urinating

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“Difficulty urinating” can include straining to urinate, frequent urination try, sit long in a pot to pee toilet sand or evidence of discomfort when urinating. Discomfort during urination can be seen by crying when urinating, excessive licking at the urogenital area, or come and look at the urogenital area. The cause may be due to urinary tract stones, urinary tract infections …, which could be life-threatening. Some causes if left untreated can lead to death in as little as 36 hours.

3. Weight loss 

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Weight loss is a physical phenomenon that is the result of an imbalance of calories. This usually happens when the body uses and / or secretes essential nutrients faster than it absorbs them. Weight loss is considered clinically important when it exceeds 10 percent of normal body weight, not to mention the loss of fluids. There are many reasons for this, some of which can be very serious.

4.Breathing problems

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Respiratory failure, often called dyspnea, is labored, difficult breathing or shortness of breath. This can happen at any time during the process of respiration, while inhaling or exhaling. When the cat has trouble breathing, it will not provide enough oxygen to tissues in the body. In addition, its heart fails to pump enough blood to your muscles and other tissues. Breathing difficulties often associate with the accumulation of fluid (edema) in the lungs or chest cavity (pleural effusion). This liquid can lead to difficult breathing, mouth breathing and / or coughing. This is a very serious symptom and should be examined immediately.

5.Jaundice

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Jaundice, also known as icterus, is the yellowish pigmentation of the skin and mucous membranes caused by high levels of bilirubin in the blood, a substance that comes from the breakdown of red blood cells structure. This symptom is considered unusual and severe for the cat.

6. Urination and excessive drinking

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These signs are often early symptoms of the disease include renal failure, diabetes, thyroid problems, uterine infection (called pyometra), as well as other causes. Cats usually take about 20-40 ml per pound of body weight per day. Some cats will drink less if they eat canned food that has more water content than dry food. If you see that your cat is drinking too much, you should bring your cat to the doctor immediately.

7.Coma

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Coma is a state of drowsiness, inactivity, or neglect, including slow response to external stimuli such as sound, sight, or touch, stimuli. Indiffe
rence is a non-specific signs associated with distillation basic system disorders possible. It may have little or no impact on affected individuals, but its presence can represent serious illness or life-threatening. Sexual organs with time in a
coma for more than a day should not be ignored, and should be addressed, especially if it persists.


8.Pale gums

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Pale gums or pale mucous membranes indicates that cat and dog blood loss or “shock”. Possible causes for blood loss or shock or should be checked as soon as it threatens the lives of pets.

9.Fever

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Fever is defined as the body temperature which is unusually high from the endogenous control. It is believed that fever is a condition in the body’s response to pathogens. Temperature controlled area in the brain therefore increases body temperature to respond to attacks from outside the body, such as bacteria or viruses. Normal temperature in cats is about 38 -39 C. If the temperature of your cat is high, contact your veterinarian.

10.Epileptic

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A seizure or convulsion is suddenly startling the overexpression of nerves in the brain. The severity of the seizures may be different: cat eyes looked far away with no or less reflection, or twitching of the facial part, your cat falls to one side, gritting his teeth, urinating, defecating haphazardly and their four legs scraping. A seizure can last from a few seconds to several minutes. They can be caused by a number of diseases including metabolic diseases, toxins or tumors.

11.Coughing

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Coughing is a relatively common problem in cats. Cough is a protective reflex to excrete foreign objects from the throat, larynx, and / or respiratory, and lung protection against aspiration. It affects the respiratory system by hindering the ability to breathe properly. Common causes include obstruction of the trachea, bronchitis, pneumonia, heartworm disease, lung tumors and heart failure. Cats should be examined in case of any dangerous disease with this syndrome.

12.Bloody diarrhea

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Cats with diarrhea may have two kinds of stools: Bloody stools (hematochezia), which results from colon or  rectum bleeding, and the black, tarry stools caused by bleeding during digestion. These medical symptoms are medical emergency and if you observe them in your cats, make sure to have your pets examined as soon as possible.

13.Bloody urine

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Blood in the urine is the presence of red blood cells in the urine. It can be seen with the naked eye or detected under microscope. There are several possible causes, including infections, cancer, stones in the urinary tract.

14.There were bite wounds

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Some wounds often result when two animals involved in a war or active play. A small puncture wound in the skin by being bitten may actually be deep and serious. Once the tooth cut through the skin, serious injury can occur to the subcutaneous tissue that may not have a large skin lesion. Some wounds may appear relatively minor but could be lethal, depending on the area of the body bitten. All bites should be taken care of by a veterinarian.

15.Vomiting blood

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Vomiting blood can be fresh blood, which is bright red or partially digested blood, which has the appearance of brown coffee grounds. There are many causes of vomiting blood and effects on animals also vary. Some diseases just have mild pain, while others become serious or life-threatening.

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