Cat owners learn to develop a shared language with their pets; they can discern the meanings of different meows and will return a ‘slow blink’ when graced with one.
But, cats are notorious for hiding pain, so figuring out if a cat is suffering is a much more difficult process.
A new study has collected insight from international experts to reach a consensus on the tell-tale signs of a cat in pain.
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