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    Stud Tail In Cats: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

    Stud tail in cats is a condition that affects a cat’s tail in a fashion similar to human acne. This is due to the cat’s sebaceous glands producing too much oil that, in turn, clogs pores, usually around the part where the tail meets the back.

    by Phillip Mlynar
    8 Hours Ago

    4 Ways To Get Into ‘Back To School’ Mode With Your Cat

    Back To School Month starts in August, and you may not have thought about it, but the season can be a time of adjustment for your cat, especially if the household becomes quieter during the day once the kids are no longer running around. Here’s how you can help your feline!

    by Phillip Mlynar
    August 2nd

    Can Cats Eat Peaches? Are Peaches Safe For Cats?

    August is Peach Month in the United States, so check out this guide to which parts of a peach you can safely feed your cat. Is it safe for your cat to each a peach? The short answer is yes, but there are some exceptions and things you should know before you feed peaches to your kitty pal.

    by Phillip Mlynar
    July 30th

    Hookworm In Cats: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

    Hookworm infections in cats happen when the hookworm intestinal parasite latches on to the cat’s intestinal wall in order to feed on their tissue or blood. Hookworms themselves look like tiny, very thin worms. Here’s what you should know.

    by Phillip Mlynar
    July 27th

    Bronchitis In Cats: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

    Bronchitis in cats happens when the bronchial tubes that are part of a feline’s respiratory system become inflamed. It can lead to breathing issues and, in the most extreme situations, even loss of consciousness. Here’s what you should know.

    by Phillip Mlynar
    July 21st

    Acne In Cats: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

    Acne in cats is very similar to acne in humans and presents itself as pimples and whiteheads. These usually appear around the cat’s chin and lips. In some cases, it may indicate that cats have other bacterial infections elsewhere too. Here’s what you should know.

    by Phillip Mlynar
    July 15th
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