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Did you know that IBD in Cats isn’t just one disease – it’s a combination of gastrointestinal disorders.

Feline IBD, which stands for Inflammatory Bowel Disease, isn’t actually a single disease. Instead, it consists of a group of gastrointestinal disorders that affect cats. These chronic disorders are the result of inflammatory cells that affect the walls of the animal’s gastrointestinal tract. The cells thicken the walls, disrupting the way that they function.

Understanding what IBD does to a cat’s body, and what symptoms it can cause, will help you recognize the signs and get your kitty the veterinary care she needs.
Read more about Understanding IBD in Cats at PetGuide.com.
 
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