Cat Health

Cat Checkups & Preventive Care
Important Tips for Insulin Use and Care of your Diabetic Cat
There are several key things to keep in mind when handling, storing, and administering insulin for your diabetic cat.
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Protecting Your Cat from Fleas and Ticks Cat Checkups & Preventive Care
Protecting Your Cat from Fleas and Ticks
Fleas and ticks can carry disease so it's important to protect your cat from them.
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Cat Grooming
How to Trim Your Cat's Nails
It's important to keep your cat's nails trimmed.
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Cat Checkups & Preventive Care
The Importance of a Yearly Physical Exam for Your Cat.
An annual physical exam is a vital part of maintaining a healthy, happy, and long life for your cat.
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My Cat is Aggressive Cat Behavior
My Cat is Aggressive
Inside every soft and cuddly cat is a wild animal just waiting to pounce! To understand and change your cat’s unwanted aggression, you need to know what’s behind it.
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Cat Behavior
Does Your Cat Miss the Litter Box?
The number one behavior complaint from cat owners is that their cats miss the litter box or are urinating or defecating in inappropriate places around the house.
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Living With a Jumpy Cat Cat Behavior
Living With a Jumpy Cat
There are several easy, effective ways to keep your jumpy, curious cat from dangerously leaping onto counters, furniture, or appliances.
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Feline Heart Disease Cat Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Feline Heart Disease
The most common form of feline heart disease is hypertrophic cardiomyopthy, a condition that causes the heart walls to thicken, making it difficult for the heart to pump.
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Anesthesia and Your Cat Cat Surgery A-Z
Anesthesia and Your Cat
There are always risks when any anesthetic agent is administered to a patient, regardless of the length of time the patient is anesthetized.
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Feline Upper Respiratory Infection Cat Diseases & Conditions A-Z
Feline Upper Respiratory Infection
It’s true: our feline friends can get colds, too! As is the case with humans, the culprits to blame for these nasty colds are bacteria or viruses, sometimes both.
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