Upper Respiratory Tract Infection in Cats

Respiratory tract infection in cats – also called cat flu or feline viral respiratory disease complex – affects their upper airway. Respiratory infections aren’t too uncommon in cats. The nose, mouth, throat, nose, and sinus, which are a part of the upper respiratory tract, are prone to bacterial and viral pathogens. …

Chartreux

  A British Shorthair lookalike, Chartreux is unofficially the national cat of France, with subtle differences from the former. The gorgeous blue kitty has a natural smile on its round face. The playful felines are family friendly cats, who are easily adaptable and enjoy the company of cat-friendly …

Petaluma Cat Siblings Reunited After Owners Start Dating

Two Petaluma, CA, cat siblings reunited after two years when their owners start dating each other.  The feline twins were separated from each other and adopted by their respective owners from a cat shelter. While the brothers kept missing each other, without any chance of a reunion, destiny …

Burmilla

Burmilla, the man made cat breed, is a quiet, easygoing feline, who is devoted to her owner and very easy to live with. The kitty is best suited for a cat-loving family with children and feline-friendly pets. The kittens may be frightened by children and other pets new …

Dutiful Cat Trying To Wake Up Owner

Have you ever seen a dutiful cat trying to wake up owner? This video shows us exactly how smart and responsible they are. Cats know where the food comes from. The video demonstrates how Romeo, a kitty, tries to wake his owner up. It is the feline’s duty …

Diabetes in Cats: Symptoms, Management

  Diabetes in cats may cause serious health problems, including blindness. Avoid delaying medical management of feline diabetes symptoms as soon as you notice them.  Understand the onset of diabetes milletus in cats and its gradual spread. Just like humans, cats may also suffer from diabetes mellitus. There …

Signs Your Cat Loves You

What are the signs your cat loves you? Unlike dogs, cats do not really like to smother their owners with their love. Cats love their owners but they won’t lick their faces to death or jump in so much happiness when they arrive home. Your Cat Loves You …