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Deafness - living with a deaf cat

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Deafness - living with a deaf cat

Deafness is quite common in cats, particularly in older cats and cats with a white hair coat and blue eyes. Although deafness may cause a cat some problems most deaf cats can be helped to live a happy life.

Why are some cats deaf?

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How would I know if my cat is deaf?

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What problems can deafness cause for my cat?

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Can deafness be treated?

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How can I help my deaf cat?

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Can I avoid having a deaf cat?

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Conclusion

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