Cyanosis in cats is a medical condition that can result in a kitty’s skin and some of their mucus membranes turning blue.
It is estimated that between 5 and 25 percent of cats are likely to have some sort of reaction to a blood transfusion. Here’s what you should know.
Want to include your cat in your Thanksgiving feast? Here are the top human foods to give (and avoid) on Thanksgiving Day for your kitty.
Can cats eat turkey? The short answer is yes. As obligate carnivores, meat should form the majority of a cat’s diet. So turkey can definitely become part of your feline’s meal times; although, there are some safety considerations to take note of before you go ahead and serve up the bird.
Kneading is when your cat alternates their front paws in a rhythmic fashion on a soft, squishy surface. Cats knead on beds, on soft blankets, and sometimes, they knead their humans. Here are five possible reasons why your cat needs to knead.
Pancytopenia in cats is a medical term that refers to the development of a number of blood-related issues that all occur at the same time.
In honor of National Day of Listening on November 23rd, let’s spotlight six cases of cat noises. Make sure to turn up the volume!
Hyphema in cats is a medical condition where blood makes its way into the front chamber of the eye. It can also indicate an underlying medical issue.
Hemothorax in cats is a medical condition that occurs when blood collects in the chest cavity. In many cases, it is a medical emergency.
Pulmonary thromboembolism in cats is a medical condition that occurs when a blood clot forms and lodges in one of a cat’s arteries.
Blind quiet eye in cats is a medical condition that causes a cat to lose vision in one or both of their eyes. It often results from abnormal retinal issues.
Bleeding under the skin in cats is a medical condition that often results from injuries that cause hemorrhaging under the outer epidermis.
November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month, so it’s a good time to go over preparing your home for an older feline, whether you plan to adopt or your current kitty resident is getting up there in years. Here are a few ways you can make your home more senior-cat-friendly.
Black widow spider bite poisoning in cats occurs when a cat is bitten by a black widow spider. The spider’s neurotoxin can cause a range of symptoms.
Most cats start to enter their senior years when they are eight to ten years old. Here’s what you should know about senior cats and care.
Retinal hemorrhage in cats is a medical condition that involves the inner lining of a cat’s eye becoming susceptible to bleeding.
November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and it’s a great time to educate ourselves about the things we can do to prevent or treat cancer in our pets.
In Evergreen, Colorado, a domestic cat has tested positive for bubonic plague. Cases of bubonic plague are actually a bit common for this area.
Dystocia in cats refers to a cat undergoing a difficult birthing process. It may result from a number of issues that relate to the fetus and the uterus.
November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month, so it’s a great time to talk about all the advantages sweet senior kitties have to offer! In shelters, older cats are often the last to be adopted, and therefore, the first to be euthanized. So here’s a list of reasons to give that quiet senior kitty in the corner another look.
Bile duct obstruction in cats develops when the bile in a cat’s body cannot move effectively from the liver to the small intestine.