The Clinical Aspects of Some Diseases of Cats describes certain cat diseases as it occurs in the British Isles. This book is composed of 23 chapters that specifically examine conditions which occur, their relative frequency, detail symptomatology, and methods of diagnosis and treatment available in the average practice. The first chapters deal with the relationship of cat with man, its restraint, sedation, anesthesia, health, and clinical examination. Considerable chapters are devoted to numerous diseases in cat's head, eye, mouth, ear, alimentary tract, internal organs, peritoneal cavity, reproductive, nervous, and skeletal system, and skin. The remaining chapters describe diseases due to infective agents and sepsis. These chapters also discuss issues on quarantine, veterinary cat examinations, and cat shows. This book will prove useful to veterinarians, clinicians, and cat handlers and owners.