1. Chill


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In most cases a chill is a feeling of cold following exposure to a cold environment. In severe cases it might elevate into episodic bouts of shivering and pale skin in addition to the feeling of cold.


In many cases chills are actually indicative of the cat having a Fever. Due to this good treatment begins by properly evaluating the patient.

In cases where the chill is brought on by exposure efforts should be made to warm the cat and guard against this leading to additional ailments.

When the chill is a result of the fever, measures should be taken to keep the cat comfortable (without doing things that might raise the fever) while treating the fever.

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