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Brachycephaly not just a dog issue

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A COALITION of animal charities have joined forces to raise awareness that brachycephaly does not just occur in dogs, but in cats and rabbits too.

International Cat Care (iCatCare), the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund (RWAF), and the RSPCA say cats and rabbits have been subject to extreme breeding practices too.

Short-faced cats, such as Persians, can suffer from breathing and dental problems, …

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