The Squirm On Worms: What These Slimy, Squishy Parasites Are Doing Inside Your Favorite Feline And How To Get Rid Of Them

22 October 2019
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Cats are, by their very nature, slick and meticulous creatures, so when something about their behavior, demeanor, or personal habits is "off", you notice, right away. One situation nearly certain to set off your feline health radar is a parasitic infection, or, worms. These often microscopic nomads infest the intestinal tract, along with other areas of a cat's anatomy, wreaking insidious havoc along the way. As gross as the worms may be, though, you must be a strong and fearless human to defend your hapless but hopeful feline. Read More 

What To Do If Your Cat Gets Hurt By Broken Glass

24 September 2019
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Broken glass is extremely dangerous, but since the average home has plenty of glass in it, it's quite possible for you or a loved one to be injured by broken glass in an accident. Unfortunately, this could include your cat. It's important to act fast to take care of your cat in an incident like this. If it ever happens to your cat, this is what you should do. Don't Remove Glass Read More 

Is Your Cat’s Diet To Blame For Its Diarrhea?

14 August 2019
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Feline diarrhea can be a serious problem. Cats can lose fluids and electrolytes rapidly while having diarrhea, leaving them feeling weak and lethargic. If you think your cat is going through something like this and you don't know why, consider the three following diet-related triggers that might be impacting your cat. Food Change It's easy to switch from one formula to another of cat food when you're shopping, especially if something is sold out or your cat's favorite is no longer available. Read More 

Accidents That Require Emergency Pet Care

16 July 2019
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Pets are like children, they are naturally curious and often get into things they shouldn't. So, regardless of how closely you keep an eye on your pets, accidents do happen. Many accidents involving your pet can be handled at home; even minor injuries can often wait until your pet can be seen by their veterinarian. However, there are certain times when accidents require the immediate attention of an emergency vet. Although you should use your best judgement when it comes to the care of your pet, here are 3 situations in which your pet should receive emergency medical attention. Read More 

3 Reasons You Must Spay/Neuter Your Cat

25 May 2019
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Unless you are a professional breeder, there is no reason not to spay/neuter your cat. Not only do unaltered cats contribute to the problem of unwanted animals, but unaltered cats face more problems throughout their shortened life. Controlling Unwanted Animals The easiest way to control the amount of unwanted animals that end up in shelters and may be euthanized is to spay/neuter. A single female cat can have three to four litters per year, with each litter ranging from three to five kittens, on average. Read More