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Femoral Head Fractures In Cats

The top of the femur bone in the hind leg of a cat forms the ball of the hip joint. In kittens, the head of the bone has a growth plate. This growth plate is susceptible to developing fractures or breaks, especially in large breed kittens. Learn more about how you can minimize the risk of your kitten suffering such a fracture.


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