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Is My Cat’s Tail Broken?! Investigating Potential Tail Fractures

Your cat’s tail might appear to have a mind of its own sometimes, swishing and curling around its body or your legs. When you pair unexpected tail placement with a misstep, a door that closed too quickly or more severe accidents, you might come face-to-face with a very scared cat and a potentially broken tail. […]

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What is a Bronchodilator and Why Should You Use One with Your Asthmatic Cat?

Like humans, our feline friends can suffer from a great number of respiratory problems that result in labored breathing, coughing and lowered energy. One of the most common of these problems is asthma. Feline asthma can be difficult, if not downright scary, for pet owners to encounter and treat. Knowing the signs of asthma and […]

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Can Cats Experience Allergies in Winter?

It’s not always well-known that cats can experience allergy symptoms much like humans can. Sneezing, watery eyes, itching and other problems are actually quite common in our feline friends, and one of the top causes of these issues is seasonal allergies. Things like pollen and grass can cause our cats some serious frustration during spring […]

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Feline Worms: Identifying and Treating One of the Most Common Cat Health Problems

When adopting a new cat, one of the first things recommended to pet owners is to have the cat dewormed if it hasn’t been already. Worms, those nasty little internal parasites, are one of the most common health problems in cats, and they can be tricky to spot. Even after deworming kittens, both indoor and […]

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Your Cat’s Runny Nose May Be a Sign of Cat Flu

Everyone gets a runny nose now and then, even our cats. But if you notice your cat’s nose leaking clear—or even yellow or green—discharge quite often, something is probably going on with its health. A runny nose is relatively common in cats and could be caused by a few different things. One thing that pet […]

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An Unquenchable Thirst: Signs Your Cat Has Diabetes

Cats are creatures of habit, which is why changes in behavior are so alarming to owners. If you’ve noticed your cat suddenly lapping up water like it’s been in the desert for days and you’ve been needing to change the litter in the litter box more frequently because your cat appears to be peeing constantly, […]

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The Link Between Your Cat’s Diet and Its Ability to Fight Off Illness

When you think about the digestive system and the colon, you automatically think about the breakdown of food and transportation of nutrients from the gut to other parts of the body. However, this is not the only important role the gut has. The gastrointestinal tract is also home to over half of the cells that […]

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Why Is My Cat Peeing Around the House?

Cat owners spend a lot of time training their pets to use the litter box appropriately. We place the litter boxes in the most convenient locations for our pets and our families, stock up on kitty litter and wait for the day that the new kitten will “go” where it’s supposed to. Once litter box […]

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How Aging Can Affect Your Cat’s Cognitive Abilities

We often recognize the effects aging has on the human brain, but many pet owners don’t realize that the same thing can happen to our pets. As cats age, their bodies will start to slow down, and sometimes, so will their mind. A decrease in cognitive function known as brain aging or cognitive dysfunction can […]

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Ways to Keep Your Arthritic Cat Active and Agile

Arthritis is a painful condition that not only affects millions of humans every day but can also affect our four-legged friends. Feline arthritis is actually more common than you’d think. For cats, who are extremely agile and active creatures, arthritis can be extremely debilitating. However, as much as they might not want to move, cats […]

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