Phillip Mlynar

    International Sushi Day: Can I Feed My Cat Sushi? Best Not!

    Depictions of cats in children’s books and cartoons usually show us that our beloved felines feast on a diet of nothing but freshly caught raw fish. However, as we gear up to chow down on International Sushi Day, let’s look into whether it’s safe to share your sushi with your kitty.

    by Phillip Mlynar
    June 17th

    Asthma In Cats: Symptoms, Causes, & Treatments

    Asthma in cats is a condition that’s very much like asthma in humans. It involves a chronic inflammation of the air passageways of a cat’s lungs. Some studies have estimated that almost five percent of all cats suffer from asthma. Here’s what you should know.

    by Phillip Mlynar
    June 17th

    Can Cats Eat Ice? Is Ice Safe For Cats?

    Can cats eat ice? The short answer is yes, cats can safely eat ice. Of course, you must ask your vet before giving your cat ice, just to make sure kitty’s teeth are in good shape. Here’s what you should know about giving ice to cats.

    by Phillip Mlynar
    June 16th

    Imodium For Cats: Uses, Dosage, & Side Effects

    Imodium is a medicine that veterinarians may recommend for cats to treat bouts of diarrhea. It’s one of the brand names for the generic medicine loperamide and works by helping to slow down bowel movements while strengthening targeted muscle tone. Here’s what you should know.

    by Phillip Mlynar
    June 10th

    Aspirin For Cats: Uses, Dosage, & Side Effects

    Aspirin for cats is a Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory drug (NSAID) that primarily helps with inflammation issues, including arthritis. It’s the brand name of the drug acetylsalicylic acid, and it works by lowering the amount of certain enzymes produced in the body.

    by Phillip Mlynar
    June 8th

    Do Female Cats Get Periods? What Are The Signs?

    Have you ever found yourself wondering whether female cats have periods, just like humans? Well, the short answer is yes, female cats do have periods, but there are some key differences between a feline period and a human period. Here’s what you need to know.

    by Phillip Mlynar
    May 27th
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