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11 Cat Emergencies That Need Immediate Vet Attention

3. Signs of severe pain or obvious distress

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Bring your kitty to an emergency vet immediately if you notice this one. Pain itself always warrants treatment, but it also can be a sign of more serious problems such as urinary obstruction (see above) or aortic thromboembolism (see below).

Symptoms of pain and distress include vocalizing (howling), panting, hiding and overreacting to contact a painful area.


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