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Friday 24th of October 2014



Rickets


General information on Rickets

Rickets is caused by a deficiency of Vitamin D. Because cats require only a small amount of Vitamin D as a daily allowance, it is a rare disease.


Symptoms of Rickets

Symptoms of Rickets in cats may include enlargement of the joints at the point where the ribs meet the cartilage of the sternum. In kittens, growth deformities such as bow legs, are characteristic.

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Treatments for Rickets

Your vet can determine the nutritional needs of your kitten or adult cat. His treatment may include dietary changes that meet the nutritional requirements of your cat. He may also prescribe nutritional supplements.




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Remember, this information is for reference only. Always contact your vet or pet profesional for advice.


 






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