Why cat tails are so important

11/8/2011 | Gilroy Dispatch (Calif.), The

In response to an reader's question about adopting a Manx kitten, veterinarian Pete Keesling explains why Manx cats, who have very short tails or none at all, can have serious medical problems. Also in this article, Dr. Keesling discusses dog behavior and how to prevent injuring cats that stow away under the hood of your car.

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