Vets often cite feline obesity as a key issue to watch out for, but a cat who’s underweight can also be a cause for concern. If you suspect your cat may be losing weight too fast or that they’re underweight, then you must consult your veterinarian. Here’s what you need to know.
The short answer is yes, cats can eat oatmeal. Serving oatmeal to your cat can provide a number of positive health benefits, and oats are often used in certain commercial cat food formulas. Just make sure that you keep an eye on the amount of oatmeal you are serving to your cat and the way you cook it.
Can cats cry? Scientifically, the answer is no, cats don’t cry tears when they feel upset like humans do. But they still feel sadness and even grief, and they have their own ways of expressing those emotions. If you see tears in your cat’s eyes, they may have a health issue. Here’s what you should know.
Can cats predict earthquakes? The answer isn’t totally clear; although, there is some science behind the theory and a whole lot of firsthand anecdotal evidence that exists. Here’s what you need to know!
The short answer is yes, cats can eat salmon. In fact, there are a number of positive health benefits that come with feeding salmon to a cat; although, you will have to make sure you monitor the amount that you serve to your cat along with the way you prepare the fish.
Stomatitis in cats is a condition where the mouth becomes inflamed. It can affect a cat’s cheeks, tongue, and gums. In some cases, it can even result in cats not being able to eat. Here’s what you should know.
April 15th is Anime Day, a hashtag holiday celebrated by fans of Japanese animation all around the world! If you’re familiar with anime, then you know it’s a genre packed full of all sorts of cute and wild feline action! Here are the best anime cats we know!
The short answer is yes, cats can eat blueberries. In fact, there are more than a few health benefits that come with feeding blueberries to cats, and you might have even noticed them as an ingredient in certain commercial cat foods. Here’s what you should know.
The short answer is no, cats can’t safely eat macadamia nuts. While macadamia nuts aren’t quite as toxic to cats as they are to dogs, they’re still a food that you should definitely avoid feeding to your cat. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s hard to deal with potentially heartbreaking — and expensive — news in the heat of the moment. However, there are some steps you should consider taking when you’re faced with a vet’s diagnosis that you weren’t expecting or don’t agree with.
The short answer is yes, cats can eat peas. There are a number of health benefits that peas provide to a cat. In fact, you might have noticed that many commercial cat food brands add peas to their formulas. As always, you must ask your regular vet before sharing any human food with your beloved feline.
We all know that cats are naturally clean creatures. Your favorite feline is skilled in the art of using a wet tongue and paw combo to clean themselves. However, that doesn’t mean you can skip putting a regular grooming regimen into place.
There is no short yes or no answer as to whether cats can eat ketchup safely; although, in general the answer veers more towards no. While a tiny amount of ketchup might not harm your cat, the condiment contains a few ingredients that can have more serious consequences.
Food intolerance in cats is a condition where the cat experiences an adverse reaction to a certain food. It’s often found out to be a digestive issue. The way this condition affects a cat will vary in severity from case to case. Here’s what you should know.
April brings 30 glorious days of celebration in honor of a little something known as Adopt A Ferret Month. What does that mean if you’re a cat lover? Well, maybe your kitty would love a ferret sibling to keep them company. As these videos show, sometimes cats can make unusual friends!
Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) in cats is a viral disease that is often deadly. It’s caused by a coronavirus, which targets cells in the infected cat’s intestinal wall. This is not the same as the coronavirus that affects humans. Here’s what you should know.
International Children’s Book Day is celebrated every year on the birthday of Hans Christian Andersen, which falls on April 2nd. Naturally, the feline form has made its way into more than a few classic children’s stories. Check out these great, cat-related books you can order for the whole family.
Easter is nearly here, which means it’s time to start thinking about what Easter basket stuffers the big bunny will bring. Naturally, you’ll want to tailor this year’s basket to be all about your cats.
Intestinal worms in cats generally appear when felines ingest worm eggs or worm larvae. This usually happens when a cat steps in infected feces and then self grooms. Luckily, vets treat this issue frequently. Here’s what you should know.
Bordetella infection in cats is a bacterial disease that most often results in upper respiratory issues. The disease spreads quickly, especially among cats in shelters and young kittens. Here’s what you should know.
Vets are often asked the question, “Can cats have Down syndrome?” The short answer is no, cats can’t have Down syndrome. But there are many other medical issues that a cat might have that can seem to resemble the condition.