Category: Cat Health

Aug 27

Plants That Are Toxic To Cats

In most cases, people who love their animals also love their houseplants. Houseplants breathe life into a home just like owning a cat does. It seems both pets and houseplants go hand-in-hand, but in reality they can be a deadly combination if the owner is not aware of which plants are toxic to their furry …

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Aug 06

Catnip, Is It Dangerous to Your Cat’s Health?

There are about 250 different species of catnip, but the figure can easily be more if you consider hybrid species as well. This particular herb is believed to be effective for influencing cat behavior. How does catnip work for cats? This herb contains nepetalactone, which is a special type of essential oil found on the …

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Aug 04

Cat Obesity: Tips for Slimming Down Your Fat Cat

I have seen far too many people think their pudgy little cat is cute. However, did you know that cat obesity is just as dangerous in our furry little friends as it is in humans? Therefore you’ll want to do something to cut down on your cat’s weight as quickly as possible. This can be …

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Jun 28

How to Care for Your Senior Cat

Like people, your cat will need a bit of extra help as they get older. This could be a change in their eating habits, however more often it’s because older cats are more prone to illness. It is important for the health of the animal that you learn proper cat care for your senior cat. …

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May 27

Diabetes in Cats: Signs, Symptoms and Treatment

Feline diabetes does not differ much from the human version of the same disorder. It has generally the same symptoms, causes, and dangers, making it just as important to treat and diagnose in a cat as it is a human. Untreated diabetes will shorten a cat’s lifespan dramatically and could lead to several complications. The …

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Feb 28

Cat Hair Loss: Causes and Treatment

Sometime during your cat’s life they may experience hair loss, this can be something that is perfectly normal and will clear up on its own. However, you should never wait more than a few weeks if your cat is experiencing hair loss, instead you’ll need to consult with your local veterinarian. This is because despite …

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