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Raspy Cat Breathing - Pharynx Bacterial Infection? 
Reader Question: I have a 14 year old female tortoiseshell calico cat who has had a breathing problem for months now. She has a raspy sound when breathing, …

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A horrendous condition where flys infect the open sore areas of the animal (anal area is especially susceptible due to urine and fecal matter) with deposits …

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