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Q. I am trying to find info on FHA in cats there is not much on that on the Internet. I believe I learned my cat has that by watching Jackson Galaxy.

A. I'm sorry, I've been a vet for nearly 9 years and I'm not sure what "FHA" stands for. Can you re-ask your question and clarify exactly what disease you're asking about? Thank you!

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DR. CHRISTIE LONG, D.V.M., C.V.A.

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