Category: Cat Health & Care

Skin Cancer in Cats

Feline skin cancer is a term that encompasses a range of tumors. It occurs due to an uncontrolled growth of skin cells or associated structures, including supportive tissues. Skin cancer in cats is the second most common type of cancer in the feline community. Signs of squamous cell …

Rabies in Cats

A common viral disease, rabies affects all warm-blooded animals, with the exception of a few species that are naturally resistant to it. The deadly virus spreads through the saliva of an infected animal when it bites a person or another animal. Prevent your kitty from coming into contact …

Lymphoma in Cats

Lymphoma is a type of malignant cancer that affects the lymphocyte cells that are integral to the body’s immunity. Such type of cancer of the lymphatic system compromises with the body’s defenses, exposing it to an array of diseases and infections. Feline lymphoma is the most frequently diagnosed …

Conjunctivitis in Cats

Eye problems are not too common in cats. However, some cats do suffer from eye disorders, and conjunctivitis is one of them. Conjunctivitis in cats is a condition in which your kitty suffers from inflammation of the conjunctiva or pink membrane caused by a bacterial or viral infection. …

Gum Disease in Cats

A cat with periodontal disease suffers from a series of changes associated with inflammation of the deep supporting structures surrounding the kitty’s teeth. What begins as tartar accumulation develops into a serious periodontal disease, resulting in the loss of teeth and causing other health problems. What is Periodontal …

Stomach Cancer in Cats

Did you know stomach cancer in cats is a silent killer because it often goes undetected? A cat with stomach cancer rarely shows symptoms and therefore, its diagnosis and treatment are difficult. Also known as leiomyosarcoma, stomach and intestinal cancer start from the muscles of the stomach and …

Parasites in Cats

As compared to other animals, cats are fairly easily infected with a parasitical infestation. Parasites in cats can affect them in numerous ways, from causing a mild irritation to life-threatening problems. Not only this, all parasites can transmit diseases to humans. Timely intervention is crucial to treating a …
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