Explore what causes epilepsy in cats, and some of the treatments that can be used. The author has been through it with a cat of her own. Helpful tips on forestalling an imminent seizure included.
There’s a difference between blind cats that are born blind and cats who suffer from sudden blindness caused by disease or accident. My cat was born blind and this is how we coped with that fact.
What causes eye problems in cats? Learn from a list of potential causes and when your cat should see a vet within 24 hours.
Fleas just love cats, espececially in the summer. If you cat is infested with fleas, there are certain things you can do to get rid of them and prevent them from returning.
There are many myths, misinformation, and outdated information circulating about this condition in cats. In this article, we will let the truth of the matter be known.
Learn what cause blood in your cat's urine and symptoms of a urinary tract infection in cats. See your vet. Urinary tract infections in male cats can be life threatening.
Feline distemper or panleukopenia is a very serious and contagious disease that can kill cats. Fortunately, a vaccine can protect cats from the distemper virus.
A review of the signs and symptoms of a cat in heat, tips to calm her down, and the importance of prevention!
Treatments you can give your cat for its upset stomach at home. These remedies are only for mild digestive problems, however. For cats that are lethargic or not eating, you should see your vet.
Keeping your pet healthy is the most important thing you will ever do for your pet. Here are some great questions and answers you may have to when should they be neutered, to what is feline leukemia.
Feline Hepatic Lipidosis, aka fatty liver disease in cats, is one of the most common deadly diseases found in cats, which is noted for the yellow coloring of their ears, gums, or eyes.
How to recognize the warning signs of a parasitic infection or infestation in your cat. What to be aware of as a symptom of a parasite infection.
Cat flu is a virus which can be passed on to any cat, and most cats are carriers. There are 3 different strains. Most cats can recover from cat flu but are susceptible to secondary viruses.