Pet Health : Cats

Woman, who is dedicated to keeping her cat safe, with her gray-and-white shorthair kitty
Indoor and outdoor cats A common question people ask if if their cat should be allowed to roam outside....Read More
White cat with ringworm
In cats, ringworm is a very common contagious skin infection — and it’s not actually a worm at all....Read More
Young kitty who is at the vet for a cat wellness checkup
Cats are special creatures: finicky, yet often easy to satisfy. Aloof, but affectionate. Sometimes easy to understand, but often mysterious....Read More
Healthy orange tabby cat who receives regular veterinary checkups
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
Orange tabby cat who is losing some fur licking his paw
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
Senior orange tabby and white cat
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
Older feline with cat dementia who is receiving care and treatment
As a function of better veterinary care, advances in nutrition, and protection from accidental death, cats are increasingly living longer lives....Read More
This gray-and-white cat still has his claws. Declawing a cat has many downsides.
Considering whether to declaw your cat or not?...Read More
This poodle mix takes medication to prevent parasites, including heartworm.
Parasites can present a big challenge when it comes to your dog’s or cat’s overall health....Read More
Dilly, a brown tabby incontinent cat
What is cat incontinence? Urinary incontinence in a cat is defined as involuntary leakage of urine....Read More