Veterinarian makes the case for indoor cats

10/6/2011 | WebMD

Outdoor cats face a host of risks that aren't an issue for those kept indoors, and AVMA recommends veterinarians discuss those risks with their cat-owning clients, writes veterinarian Ann Hohenhaus. Indoor cats aren't exposed to cars or rodent poisons, less prone to feline diseases and less likely to pose a threat to the health of other animals, she writes.

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