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Congestive heart failure can occur if your cat’s heart isn’t pumping enough blood to other parts of their body, causing fluid to back up in the lungs. In later stages, your cat will show obvious difficulty with breathing due to this excess fluid. If you notice your feline friend in any type of respiratory distress, it’s essential that you seek veterinary care right away.

What are the signs of congestive heart failure in a cat?

  • Difficult or rapid breathing.
  • Blue or gray gums or tongue.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Weakness or lethargy (tiredness)
  • Collapse.
  • Hind limb paralysis.
  • Sudden death.

 

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