• Cats And Distemper

    Cats And Distemper

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Feline Panleukopenia Virus in Cats Feline Panleukopenia virus (FPV), also commonly referred to as feline distemper, is a highly contagious and life-threatening viral disease in the cat population. This virus affects the rapidly dividing blood cells in the body, primarily the cells in the intestinal tract, bone marrow, and in […]

  • Why It Is NEVER Okay To Declaw A Cat

    Why It Is NEVER Okay To Declaw A Cat

    Declawing doesn't just remove a cat's nails, it involves bone amputation and leads to all sorts of health problems. Here are some safe alternatives.

  • Cats And Lymphoma

    Cats And Lymphoma

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Cancer of the Lymphocytes in Cats Lymphoma is a type of cancer that originates in the lymphocyte cells. A type of white blood cell, lymphocytes play an important and integral role in the body’s defenses in the immune system. There are two forms of lymphocytes: B and T cells. Lymphoma […]

  • Cats And Rabies

    Cats And Rabies

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Rabies is an inflammatory infection that specifically affects the gray matter of the cat’s brain and its central nervous system (CNS). The primary way the rabies virus is transmitted to cats in the United States is through a bite from a disease carrier: foxes, raccoons, skunks, and bats. Infectious virus […]

  • Best Maine Coon Cat Names

    Best Maine Coon Cat Names

    As the name suggests, the Maine Coon cat originated in the state of Maine. There are several stories that attempt to explain how the breed came into existense. One story claims that Maine Coon cats are a cross between a cat and a raccoon, though it seems more likely that the breed is a cross […]

  • Children Of Military Families Benefit From Pets

    Children Of Military Families Benefit From Pets

    A study by a Tufts University researcher reveals that children in military families are better at coping with stress if there is a pet dog or cat in the household.

  • Cats And Mouth Cancer

    Cats And Mouth Cancer

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Gingival Fibrosarcoma in Cats As cats age, they sometimes develop growths in their mouths. One type of growth is a fibrosarcoma, a cancerous growth derived from fibrous connective tissue. Fibrosarcomas are relatively low in malignancy, growing slowly and generally not spreading to other organs, though they do aggressively invade other […]

  • 11 Pictures Of Celebrity Cat Dads For Father’s Day [GALLERY]

    11 Pictures Of Celebrity Cat Dads For Father’s Day [GALLERY]

    Happy Father's Day to all the cat dads out there. Every cat dad deserves to be treated like a celebrity for a day, so do something special for the kitty daddy in your life

  • Cats And Skin Cancer

    Cats And Skin Cancer

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats The epidermis, or skin, consists of several layers. The outer layer is made up of scale like cells called the squamous epithelium. This layer of tissue covers the surface of much of the body, and lines the cavities of the body. A squamous cell […]

  • Why Drink Alone When You Can Drink Wine With Your Cat?

    Why Drink Alone When You Can Drink Wine With Your Cat?

    It's non-alcoholic but it DOES have a kick! It's made from catnip and fresh beets.

  • How To Deal With A Food Obsessed Cat

    How To Deal With A Food Obsessed Cat

    Do you have a cat whose stomach seems to be bottomless? What have you done to keep your cat from driving you crazy while begging for food? Let us know in the comments.

  • Survival Guide For Cat Parents Who Work At Home

    Survival Guide For Cat Parents Who Work At Home

    Do you work from home with your kitty there? Do you find that they hinder your work day? What do you do to insure your work day flows smoothly? Let us know your tips and tricks in the comments below.

  • How To Keep Your Cat From Ruining Your Sex Life

    How To Keep Your Cat From Ruining Your Sex Life

    Has your cat ever killed the mood? What was the behavior and what did you do to curb it? Let us know in the comments.

  • Is It Dangerous To Let My Cat Lie In The Sun

    Is It Dangerous To Let My Cat Lie In The Sun

    My white cat likes to sleep in the sun. Sometimes her ears and nose look red after she's spent time in a sunny spot. Should I be worried?

  • Cats 101: Cats And Ringworm

    Cats 101: Cats And Ringworm

    This article courtesy of PetMD.com. Dermatophytosis in Cats Dermatophytosis is the medical term for a parasitic fungal infection affecting the skin, hair, and/or nails (claws). The most commonly isolated fungal organisms are Microsporum canis (more commonly referred to as ringworm), Trichophyton mentagrophytes, and Microsporum gypseum. This disease occurs in dogs, cats, and other mammals. In […]

  • June Is Adopt-A-Cat Month

    June Is Adopt-A-Cat Month

    As spring brings “kitten season,” shelters and rescues fill with unwanted felines who need to be adopted; humans are encouraged to add a four-legged to their family.

  • Best Siamese Cat Names

    Best Siamese Cat Names

    The Siamese cat is believed to have originated in Southeast Asia and to be descended from the ancient temple cats of Siam. This breed was so revered that only kings and their families were allowed to own them. Siamese cats are often social extroverts and highly intelligent. Your Asian Einstein will expect to be given […]

  • 7 Signs Your Cat Is A Scientists [VIDEO]

    7 Signs Your Cat Is A Scientists [VIDEO]

    Every wonder what your cat is really up to?

  • Why Kitten Socialization Is So Important

    Why Kitten Socialization Is So Important

    Socialization is the process of exposing a kitten to new experiences, sights, sounds and people.

  • 10 Foods And Supplements That Help Fight Or Prevent Cancer In Cats

    10 Foods And Supplements That Help Fight Or Prevent Cancer In Cats

    When it comes to treating and preventing cancer, your cat's diet is very important. You should discuss diet with your veterinarian to make sure your cat is getting the right nutrients.

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