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Fatty Liver Disease in Cats

Fatty liver disease is one of the more common health conditions found in cats. It’s also one of the most dangerous forms of liver disease in felines. For cats, the liver is designed to produce chemicals that aid with digesting foods and keeping the body detoxified against harmful agents. When fatty liver disease develops, however, the liver goes into overdrive and starts to lose function. Fatty liver disease is when too much fat is sent to the liver. Its usually triggered by malnutrition or other illnesses which cause the cat to stop eating. The body goes into survival mode sending fat reserves to help the liver, which causes the liver to overload and stop functioning. Your cat may lose weight, vomit, become depressed, start drooling, or develop severe constipation or diarrhea. Talk with your experienced pet clinic Rochester NY to learn more about this disease and other symptoms to look out for in your cat.

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