Senior Cats: What To Expect
Cats change as they grow older: they slow down and they aren't as agile. Here are some steps you can take to ease the transition for your cat to its golden years.
Safe Holiday Reminder: Foods Toxic To Cats
Alcohol and chocolate may be vices for some humans, but those substances are toxic for cats; other substances deadly to felines include raisins, grapes, and green tomatoes.
Senior Cat Care
While cats aren’t going to need Botox or face-lifts as they grow older, they will need you to keep caring for them the way you have been -- with love and devotion.
When Should You Give Your Cat A Bath?
Some of you may be ready to comment with, "Cats never need baths!" That may be true for some cats, but there are circumstances where bathing is necessary.
Advantages To Adopting A Senior Cat
Looking to add a feline to the family, but think that kittens are too much work? Consider a senior cat instead with the top three advantages of these older felines.
Cats And Tapeworm
Keeping your cat free of flea infestation is the best protection against tapeworms. However, if infestation does occur...
Cats And Mange
General good health may help prevent some cases. Keeping your cat clean, without drying the skin, and in optimal health, will help to keep the Demodex mite population in balance.
Cats And Vomiting
Always follow the recommended treatment plan from your veterinarian. Do not experiment with medications or food. Pay close attention to your cat and if it does not improve, return to your veterinarian for a follow-up evaluation.
Cats And Kidney Disease: What You Need To Know
Congenital (existing at birth) and developmental kidney diseases are part of a group of diseases in which the kidney may be abnormal in its ability to function normally, or may be abnormal in appearance, or both.