When it comes to treating and preventing cancer, your cat’s diet is very important. Talk to your vet about these foods and supplements to determine the correct dosage and find out if they will be beneficial for your cat.
It’s not unusual for cat guardians to misunderstand which cats need which vaccinations and when, plus what protection has to offer. So let’s explore some common myths and misunderstandings to set the record straight.
Can cats eat pizza? The short answer is, well, sort of, but mostly no. While pizza might be okay in some cases for your cat to snack on, it’s not a food that provides vital feline nutrition, and you can also risk sneaking in toppings or seasonings that might make your kitty ill.
There is no short yes or no answer as to whether cats can eat strawberries. Technically, strawberries aren’t toxic or poisonous to cats, but moderation is key, and you should really only be feeding strawberries to your favorite feline as an occasional snack.
The short answer is yes, cats can safely eat shrimp. In fact, shrimp is often used in commercial cat foods and can be a good source of protein for your cat. Here’s what you should know about feeding shrimp to cats.
Many natural foods and supplements can be added to your cat’s diet that may provide some relief from the pain of arthritis. Diet is especially important for cats with arthritis, as excess body fat can put more strain on joints and bones.
There is no short “yes” or “no” answer as to whether cats can eat peanut butter. Technically, peanut butter isn’t considered toxic or poisonous to cats — but there are diet and lifestyle reasons why you should likely avoid feeding your cat peanut butter. Here’s what you should know.
The short answer is yes, cats can safely eat pumpkin seeds. In fact, they actually have some nutritional benefits for cats and can even help out with certain health issues. As always, you must ask your vet before sharing any human foods with your cat.
October 9th is National Pet Obesity Awareness Day, but obesity is a problem for our pets all year long. It’s important to learn the causes, the ways to spot the problem, and how to fight obesity to keep our cats healthy. Here’s what you should know about feline obesity.
When it comes to the question of “Can cats eat grapes?” the short answer is yes they can, but they probably shouldn’t. And as with all human foods, you should ask your vet before you even attempt to feed any grapes to your cat. Here’s what you should know.
Bladder infections in cats usually refer to bacterial infections inside the bladder. There’s often another underlying cause. These infections are often also referred to as cystitis or urinary tract infections (UTI). Here’s what you should know.
October is National Pet Wellness Month. Sponsored by the American Veterinary Medical Association, the goal of this day is to educate pet owners on the importance of regular wellness exams and preventative healthcare. Here’s what you can do to keep your cat healthy and happy all year long.
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.
The short answer is no, cats can’t eat chocolate. In fact, chocolate is deemed as very toxic to cats in most cases. It’s not safe for felines in any amount. Here’s why and what to do if your cat eats chocolate.
Why do cats purr? It seems like a simple question with a simple answer. Cats purr because they’re happy, right? While this is true, cats also purr for reasons aside from showing how content they are. Here’s what you should know about why cats purr and what they’re saying.
Mark this year’s World Rabies Day, September 28th, by making sure your pets are up-to-date on their rabies vaccinations, and encourage friends and family to do the same for their pets. Help us spread the word to promote prevention and raise awareness around the globe.
Signs of urinary tract infections (UTIs) in cats might include urinating too much, struggling to urinate or making pained noises while going, urinating outside the litter box, or even blood in the urine. Here’s what you should know.
There’s a very familiar odor is wafting from that corner where you keep the litter box out of sight. And now that smell is taking over everything. What can you do? There are many different factors that can contribute to stinky litter, so here’s a primer to help you figure out the solution.
Dwarf cats, commonly referred to as munchkin cats, are nothing short of adorable on paper. Unfortunately, those looks come at a price. They’re the result of genetic deformities, and breeders cash in on the kittens’ cuteness. Here’s what you should know.
Can cats eat dog food? The short answer is no, they shouldn’t. Even though it’s probably not deadly for your cat to take a bite or two of dog food, they shouldn’t indulge very often in their canine pals’ dinner. Here’s what you should know.
Fall is here, which means we’re all about to get into peak pumpkin mode. But beyond the world of pumpkin spice lattes and carving up pumpkins for Halloween, the iconic orange fruit can also be used to add a health boost to your cat’s diet.