1 in 3 cats develops kidney disease, and most cats won't show any signs of a problem. Learn about a breakthrough that can help.
Is your cat a picky eater? You aren't alone. Learn what science has to say about it.
Cats can get sick in the car too. If your kitty is showing signs of motion sickness, learn what the experts suggest.
Most pet parents are understandably concerned about blood in cat urine. Learn what could be causing it, and how you can find out for sure.
Beginning at around age 9, your cat enters senior years. At this stage, cats often begin to develop diseases common to their senior-human counterparts, such as diabetes, heart disease, hyperthyroidism, kidney disease and cancer.
Cat's don't always give you obvious warning signs of a problem. Learn these common killers and how to protect your cat.
Learn why your cat's thyroid gland may require surgery and what you can expect from the procedure.
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.