Tapeworms in Cats

Tapeworms are intestinal parasites that infect cats. Classified as cestodes, tapeworms typically settle in the cat’s small intestine. A tapeworm anchors to the wall of the intestine using its hook-like mouth. As an adult tapeworm matures, it may reach several inches high. With it, individual segments come off …

Norwegian Forest

Also named as Wegie or Skogkatt, the Norwegian Forest is a large, longhaired cat with tufted ears, long coat, and a plumed tail. The friendly cat loves being around his favorite people in the house. He lives up to 12-16 years. Physical Characteristics The large, sturdy cat has …

Nebelung

Often dubbed as the “cat of the mist,” the Nebelung is a shy, loyal, and intelligent cat breed that gets its name from the German word “Nebel.” The word means mist or fog. The rarely found domestic cat is a lifelong loyal companion that gladly accepts the company …

Manx

The tailless cat, Manx is a friendly, affectionate feline whose name is derived from the Isle of Man. The gentle, playful cat is fond of human company. He loves to carry on a conversation with his favorite human. They live up to 8-14 years. Physical Characteristics Notable for …

Ringworm in Cats

Ringworm in cats is a form of fungal infection that affects the superficial layer of the skin, impacting the hair, nails, and skin. As one of the most common contagious skin infections, ringworm can be transmitted from cats to other pets and even humans. The hair loss causes …

Leukemia Virus Infection in Cats

One of the leading causes of death in cats, feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is a disease that affects the cat’s immune system. As a result, the compromised immune system is unable to protect the feline’s body from fatal viruses and infections. Not only this, the virus infection can …

Feline Distemper: A Guide for Cat Owners

Feline panleukopenia is a highly contagious viral disease among cats. The life-threatening condition, also known as feline distemper, is caused by a virus that attacks blood cells in the body, especially those in the bone marrow and intestinal tract. It also damages stem cells of the fetus in …

Maine Coon

Lovingly known as the “gentle giants,” the cat has a huge body. The chirpy cat breed is a favorite with children and cat-friendly dogs. He loves his human family but does not demand attention. They live up to 9-15 years. Physical Characteristics of Maine Coon With a huge …

LaPerm

A wonderful human companion, the people-friendly LaPerm is known for her shaggy and special looking coat. With a dog-like personality, she has a unique people-oriented charm that will instantly make you fall in love with the LaPerm. Their affectionate, loving nature makes them a favorite with children and …

Mouth Cancer in Cats

Did you know the oral cavity is a common site for various tumors in cats? Mouth cancer in cats is one of the most common types of cancer in the feline community, accounting for 3% of all feline cancers. Mouth cancer is caused by malignant tumors developed within …
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