Anorexia in cats is often encountered in practice. In many cases, the underlying cause is not readily apparent. In this situation, the aetiology of the anorexia must be determined by a methodical step-wise investigation. In addition, measures must be taken to address the anorexia to prevent detrimental metabolic consequences. This article explains how to approach the diagnosis and management of anorexia in cats.
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