Cat owners should keep cats indoors, use tick preventatives to reduce chance of disease
Nathan Hurst, email@example.com, 573-882-6217
“Previous treatment methods have only been able to save less than 25 percent of infected cats, but our method, which is now being used by veterinarians across the country, has been shown to save about 60 percent of infected cats,” Cohn said. “While that number isn’t as high as we’d like due to the deadly nature of the disease, our method is the first truly effective way to combat the disease.”
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