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- Lordosis: This is a condition that causes a cat’s spine to not grow properly. Hence, causing a spinal muscle to not reach its normal size. This causes a spine to sink into a cat’s body. This is a fatal condition, and although this disease affects all cats it is more commonly seen in this breed.
- Pectus Excavatum: This is a chest bone deformity that results in horizontal narrowing of the chest. This condition causes the chest to appear flat or concave, rather than slightly convex. Cats with this condition can experience difficulty breathing, weight loss, coughing, reoccurring lung infection and other symptoms. The only available treatment is surgery. However, mild cases can improve without surgery.