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Tips on Treating and Preventing Pancreatitis in Cats

pet cat sitting by window.

Your cat’s pancreas is a busy little organ. It produces valuable digestive enzymes and critical hormones like insulin. Unfortunately, it can become inflamed, which results in a condition known as cat pancreatitis. This inflammation can be sudden (acute) or ongoing (chronic). 

Acute pancreatitis comes on abruptly, but with rapid, often aggressive, treatment, acute pancreatitis can be reversed and results in little-to-no permanent damage to a cat’s pancreas.

Cats with chronic pancreatitis, on the other hand, will experience ongoing inflammation and, most likely, irreversible damage. 

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