Category: Cat Health & Care

Benefits of Spaying And Neutering Cats

As a pet parent, if you are aware of the benefits of spaying and neutering cats, you may not be willing to ignore it. The procedure plays a role in reducing cancer risk and the threat of uterine disease in cats as well as behavioral and hygiene issues. …

Traveling With Cats By Land

Are you moving to another place or going on a road trip but you’re worried about taking your cat? Here are some tips for traveling with cats by land. Moving to another place or going on an adventure sounds exciting but for people with pets, it can be …

What To Expect After Cat Spaying or Neutering

Cat spaying requires owners to learn a few things about pre-surgical preparation and post-surgical care. Though spaying or neutering are not uncommon, still you need your kitty to remain free from any danger and receive your love and care. Cat spaying or neutering is one of the most commonly …

Things You Must Never Do To Your Cat

A healthy, happy kitty is your best companion, isn’t it? But the slightest of oversight could have drastic consequences on your favorite feline’s wellbeing. It will be a gross mistake to take the kitty’s presence for granted. Perhaps your home is a tiny kindergarten with a kitty and …

The Dangers of Easter Lilies in Cats

Dangers of Easter lilies in cats make it important to understand the threats from both benign and dangerous lilies and prevent them from being a for concern for your feline. Well, there are numerous dangers of Easter lilies in cats, ranging from toxicity to kidney failure. Now you …

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 …

Caring for Senior Cats

Just like in humans or dogs, senior cats need special care too. Here’s what you need to know about caring for senior cats. What makes a cat a senior cat? Cats ages 7 and older are considered seniors. As cats grow older, their body changes as well.  In …

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 …

Signs You Should Take Your Cat To The Vet

Cats can’t talk and as a responsible cat owner, you must know the signs you should take your cat to the vet. Aside from obvious reasons like limping or presence of blood in stool, you must take note of these following signs! Vomiting Vomiting can be an indication …
Maine Coon
LaPrem Cat
LaPerm
Korat cat
Korat
Javanese Cat
Javanese
Signs Your Cat Loves You
Cat Grass
What is Cat Grass and Why Do Cats Eat Grass?
Stop Your Cat from Scratching
How to Stop Your Cat from Scratching Up the Furniture
Why Do Cats Rub Themselves Against You and Other Objects?
Why Do Cats Rub Themselves Against You and Other Objects?
Cat Dental Health Cat Diet and Nutrition Cat Diseases & Conditions Cat Grooming Cat Safety
Leukemia Virus Infection in Cats
Leukemia Virus Infection in Cats
Feline Distemper
Feline Distemper: A Guide for Cat Owners
Mouth Cancer in Cats
Mouth Cancer in Cats
Tips on Searching for a Missing Cat
Clean Up Cat Pee
How To Clean Up Cat Pee
Adopting a Pet Cat
Choosing the Correct Cat Litter for your Cat