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Cats

Cat Anatomy

Abdominal Muscles
 | Pectoral Muscles
 | Great Muscles of the Head
 | Trapezius Muscles
 | Accessory Muscles of the Scapula
 | Latissimus Dorsi
 | Deltoid Muscles
 | Multifidus Spinae
 | Sacrospinalis
 | Deeper Muscles of the Neck and Back
 | Integumental Muscles

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Cat anatomy is a branch of comparative vertebrate anatomy. Cat anatomy is especially helpful to the veterinarian surgeons, and also to the human surgeons, because of the cat's similarity with humans.

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