Vicky Halls Cat Behaviour Counsellor

  • Mounting evidence to prove that flat-faced cat breeds are suffering

    There is growing evidence to show that flat-faced or brachycephalic cats (picture 1),

    including most modern Persians or Exotic Shorthairs, are suffering from a number of health

    problems, leading to lifelong suffering as a direct result of being 'designed' to have a very

    flat face. This includes breathing problems, eye inflammation, skin infections and difficulty

    eating.

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