Category: Cat Diseases & Conditions

Cat Eyes: Things You Must Know

Ever wondered how your kitty sees the world around her? What are the common cat eye problems? How to look after your feline’s eyes? Well, in order to understand this, it is important to get insight into the anatomy of cat eyes. Every eye has a lens for …

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. …

Diarrhea in Cats: Risk, Symptoms, Treatmennt

Diarrhea in cats is characterized by a change in the volume and frequency of feces. It is one of the most common cat diseases. A kitty experiences frequent loose or liquid bowel movements, which could be a single bout or last for weeks or months. The reason may …

Is Medical Marijuana for Cats an Option?

There is a lot of fuss about medical marijuana for pets these days? With an influx of cannabis products on the market, pet parents often wonder whether medical marijuana for cats is safe. Well, it is important to understand what is so great about cannabis that it has …

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 …

Seizures in Cats

Just like in humans, seizures in cats are the multiple misfiring of nerves in the brain. Seizures in cats can be mild or severe and can last for only a few seconds to several minutes. Contrary to what some people think, seizure is not a disease. It is …

Urinary Tract Diseases in Cats

Urinary tract diseases in cats are serious matter and should never be ignored. It is one of the most common reasons cats are surrendered in shelters. Unfortunately, some senior cats with urinary issues end up being euthanized because they are often the ones left unadopted in shelters. If …
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Oriental
Two Ocicat Kittens
Ocicat
Norwegian Forest Cat
Norwegian Forest
A grey Nebelung cat
Nebelung
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Why Do Cats Rub Themselves Against You and Other Objects?
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Mange in Cats
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Kidney Disease in Cats
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Tapeworms in Cats
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Clean Up Cat Pee
How To Clean Up Cat Pee
Adopting a Pet Cat
Choosing the Correct Cat Litter for your Cat