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Blood groups and incompatibilites

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Blood groups and incompatibilites

As in humans, cats can have different blood groups, determined genetically. The type of blood group is important if your cat requires a blood transfusion or if your cat has been mated with a cat with a different blood type.

An in-house blood typing card ©Andy Sparkes

Why does it matter which blood group my cat has?

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How will I know which blood type my cat has?

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What will happen if a kitten develops neonatal isoerythrolysis?

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