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Old June 10th, 2007, 04:01 AM
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Oops, found this. Might be a good idea to take him in just in case.

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There are many things that can cause a voice change in cats. They can come down with laryngitis or pharyngitis due to bacterial or viral causes. Trauma, foreign bodies, bruising, polyps or even cancer can also cause changes in how your cat may meow. It is most likely this is just due to an upper respiratory virus but just to be safe I would recommend your cat's veterinarian check him out.
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