Pet Health : Cats

Have you developed allergy symptoms and you think your cat might be the source?...Read More
What is cat incontinence? Urinary incontinence in a cat is defined as involuntary leakage of urine....Read More
Parasites can present a big challenge when it comes to your dog’s or cat’s overall health....Read More
Considering whether to declaw your cat or not?...Read More
As a function of better veterinary care, advances in nutrition, and protection from accidental death, cats are increasingly living longer lives....Read More
When a cat is diabetic, it means he has too much circulating glucose (sugar) in his bloodstream because his body is unable to make insulin (Type 1 diabetes) or his cells do...Read More
Is your cat losing her fur? Hair loss in felines (alopecia) can occur for many different reasons, so identifying what’s behind a cat’s loss of fur may take some work....Read More
Having a healthy cat is what we all hope for. You can do many things to help ensure that your cat stays healthy....Read More
Cats are special creatures: finicky, yet often easy to satisfy. Aloof, but affectionate. Sometimes easy to understand, but often mysterious....Read More
In cats, ringworm is a very common contagious skin infection — and it’s not actually a worm at all....Read More