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What are the signs of congestive heart failure in cats

The signs of congestive heart failure in cats may be difficult to detect, but they should be watched closely. Any cat that has had a sudden change in appetite, loss of appetite, lethargy, excessive drinking, vomiting, or coughing should be examined. If you have any doubts about your cat's health, contact your veterinarian.

What does the doctor do for congestive heart failure in cats?

Many of the things that are done for congestive heart failure in humans are done for cats with the same condition. The doctor will monitor the cat's heart rate, blood pressure, and weight regularly. The cat may need to be hospitalized if it is not improving.

How is congestive heart failure in cats treated?

The best way to treat congestive heart failure in cats is to keep the cat as well as possible. If the cat is not improving, the doctor may recommend some medicine to help the cat survive. Some cats may need to be hospitalized.

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