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Abdominal Distension in Cats

By: Dr. Leah Cohn

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  • Optimal treatment and follow-up for your cat requires a combination of home and professional veterinary care. Specific recommendations will be dependent upon the underlying cause of the abdominal distension.

  • Administer prescribed medication(s) as directed by your veterinarian. Be certain to alert your veterinarian if you are experiencing problems treating your cat.

  • Monitor your cat. You may be requested to either weigh your cat or measure abdominal girth with a tape measure. Note changes in appetite, thirst, elimination behaviors, including the frequency of urination. Also note changes in attitude, including increased or decreased activity levels.

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