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My Giant Cat Phoebe & The Kitty Cardiologist.

My cat needs a Fitbit.

Photo by the author.

Who knew? Yes, there are cardiologists who specialize in cats. And, my giant Maine Coon cat, Phoebe needed one.

We were at her regular vet, and she detected a heart murmur and an issue with her brain not recognizing that she’s drinking water.

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Sheila Musgrove

Sheila Musgrove

Best-selling author, “Hired! How To Get The Zippy Gig.” & “Unexpected Mentors.” I write about recruitment, with a twist & a dose of humor. sheilamusgrove.com

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