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Kitten sleeping on a pillow Cat Diseases & Conditions A-Z
5 Reasons to Test Your Cat for Diabetes
Dr. Ernie Ward would like to share his top five reasons you need to test your cat early and often for type 2 diabetes to help prevent this condition.
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Two funny cats Cat Behavior
6 Strange Cat Behaviors Finally Explained
If you’ve ever wondered about certain, strange cat behaviors, you’ve come to the right place to learn.
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Cat feeling off laying on the couch Cat Checkups & Preventive Care
What To Do if Your Cat Just Seems Off
There is a term, ADR, that vets like to use when a pet comes in with vague signs or symptoms. The term means, "Ain't Doin' Right." Learn more about this "medical" term and what it means to your vet.
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Why Do Cats Run from the Litter Box After Pooping? Cat Behavior
Why Do Cats Run from the Litter Box After Pooping?
What does a veterinarian have to say about why some cats run from the litter box? You'll be surprised by the answer.
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What’s the Diagnostic Value of a Litter Box? Cat Checkups & Preventive Care
What’s the Diagnostic Value of a Litter Box?
You're litter box can be the key to understanding if your cat has a medical problem, a behavioral problem or just about any other type of problem.
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Feline Idiopathic Cystitis (FIC) Cat Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Feline Idiopathic Cystitis (FIC)
Learn how this otherwise self-resolving cat disease can turn deadly.
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Could My Kitten Have Intestinal Parasites? Cat Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Could My Kitten Have Intestinal Parasites?
You may be surprised at the common parasites your cat is bringing into your home. Common parasites include roundworms, coccidia and tapeworms.
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Pet Conditions are Improving in Developing Countries: My First Hand Account A Vet's Life
Veterinary Standards of Care in Developing Nations: A Vet’s Account
Good news! conditions for pets are improving in developing countries. Learn what Dr. Mike Paul has seen during his travels.
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Shy cat on window sill Cat Behavior
Covered or Uncovered Litter Boxes: Do Cats Really Care?
Does your cat prefer a covered or uncovered litter box? That is the question veterinary researchers from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine examined in a study published in the April 2013 issue of the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery. The answers they found may surprise you.
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Cat Behavior
Kitty Litter: Does It Really Matter What Type I Buy?
Clay litter was first introduced in 1947 by Edward Lowe, who used to sell clay to garage owners to soak up oil and gasoline spills. When he realized it worked well in kitty litter boxes, it became an instant success.
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