Cat Care and Cat Grooming

It is not because cats spend much time to make their toilet, that you should not also take care of their hygiene! Brushing, nail trimming and baths are part of the cares you will have to provide them. Even if longed-haired cats with require more care – for them, brushing should be daily – every […]

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Health Problems Cat Owners Miss

Cat Achy-Breaky Joints

Feline Obesity Many of us are living in glass houses when it comes to weight (both ours and our pets’), which may be one of the reasons your veterinarian is reluctant to bring it up. And many veterinarians are doubly sensitive when it comes to discussing an overweight pet with an overweight owner, not wanting […]

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Administering eye drops to your cat

Get the latest Flash Player to see this player. [Javascript required to view Flash movie, please turn it on and refresh this page] Make sure that you wash your hands both before and after administering the medication to prevent the spread of infection. If you are administering the medication on your own, you may find […]

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Giving your cat a pill

Get the latest Flash Player to see this player. [Javascript required to view Flash movie, please turn it on and refresh this page] The easiest way to give your cat a pill is to hide the pill in food. This usually works best if the pill is hidden in a small amount of tuna or […]

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Cat Hairballs: Should I Be Worried?

The ancient Egyptians worshiped cats, just as modern cat lovers do, although we generally don’t carve our cat passions onto stone tablets. It’s important to keep these lofty thoughts about our felines in mind, particularly when one climbs out of bed in the middle of the night and a bare foot encounters the unmistakable cold […]

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How Vaccines Help To Keep Cats Eyes Healthy

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This article provides a brief overview of cat and kitten vaccinations. It also explains why cat vaccinations help prevent eye disorders and reduce the risk of blindness. Cat and Kitten Vaccinations Vaccines contain an inactive form of the virus or bacteria that causes the disease and the vaccine stimulates the immune system to start producing […]

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