credit: American Heartworm Society
Heartworms Can Affect Cats Too
Many people do not realize that cats can also be affected by heartworms, just like dogs. Although it is less likely a cat will ever get heartworms, if they do, it can be deadly.
Please learn more about referring to the links below, but here are the signs that your cat may have heartworms.
Heartworm Symptoms For Cats
- intermittent vomiting (sometimes of blood as well as of food)
- rapid and difficult breathing
- coughing and gagging
- loss of appetite
- weight loss
Get more information here courtesy of the Cornell Feline Health Center.
Continue learning here courtesy of the American Heartworm Society.