One of the topics discussed at the AVMA convention, according to this article, is the fact that cats might be at risk for arthritis more broadly than thought. In a study of 491 cats, 22% showed arthritis after an X-ray, while another study found evidence of the disease in 90% of cats age 12 and older. Feline owners are advised to consult a veterinarian if they see their cats acting grumpy and jumping less often, among other signs.

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