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Compendium December 2009 (Vol 31, No 12)

Client Handout — Feline Upper Airway Infections

by Dana Call, RVT, VTS, (ECC)

    Cats, especially kittens, often get upper airway infections. This  handout provides information about feline upper airway infections and offers suggestions and solutions to cat owners for preventing and treating these infections.

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