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What is a cat's normal blood pressure?

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Most healthy cats have a systolic blood pressure of between 120 and 180 mmHg. A cat with a blood pressure that is consistently over 180-190 mmHg is considered to be hypertensive, although older animals do tend to have slightly higher blood pressure than young cats.
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Healthcare imageMost healthy cats have a systolic blood pressure of between 120 and 180 mmHg. A cat with a blood pressure that is consistently over 180-190 mmHg is considered to be hypertensive, although older animals do tend to have slightly higher blood pressure than young cats.
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