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Old July 10th 03, 08:44 AM
Angela Green
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Default cats w/heart mumors need info plz

I need more info about cats with heart mumors. What I need to know is,
is this passed down through the genes? Also can someone tell me how do
you tell the signs of a heart mumor in a cat so it can be taken to a
Vet. Also is a heart mumor common in siamese?

thanks in advance,
Angela
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Old July 10th 03, 11:10 AM
Sothrnngts
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I need more info about cats with heart mumors. What I need to know is,
is this passed down through the genes? Also can someone tell me how do
you tell the signs of a heart mumor in a cat so it can be taken to a
Vet. Also is a heart mumor common in siamese?

thanks in advance,
Angela


Hi Angela -

I had a siamese with a heart murmur. She lived 19 years with the condition.
Each year at the vet, it was duly noted and I was cautioned to keep an eye out
for any signs of distress - coughing, breathing difficulty - but I'm happy to
say that it was never a problem.

Lynn
 




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