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Porphyrias is a term for a group of rare metabolic disorders that affect a cat’s ability to produce heme. Heme is an essential part of hemoglobin—a protein found in red blood cells that brings oxygen from a cat’s lungs to other parts of their body. Different types of porphyrias can occur in cats, as well as in humans and other animals. In this blog, we’ll discuss acute intermittent porphyria (AIP) in cats, its symptoms, and how it is diagnosed and treated by veterinarians.
We're sharing details about an exciting improvement to the Basepaws report—one that helps us capture an even clearer picture of the colorful and unique "landscape" of your kitty's genome! Get all the details about this new update related to the genetic traits that are responsible for your cat's fabulous appearance in today's blog.
Cats are fascinating creatures with unique and mysterious qualities. From their playful antics to their luxurious fur coats, there's no denying that cats are truly captivating. One question that often arises among cat lovers is whether or not cats have belly buttons. In this blog post, we will explore the anatomy of cats and answer this age-old question.