For Cats in Kidney Failure – Critical Testing For Cats in Kidney Failure

July 4, 2018

Are you concerned that your cat has a urinary or kidney problem? When you are done reading this article, you’ll understand what tests are run for cats in kidney failure. You can help your cat live longer by getting him in early to the vet to have a a series of diagnostic tests run. Your veterinarian will perform urine and blood panels to check for symptoms for a cat experiencing chronic kidney failure.

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Poison To Cats – Poisoning Your Cat With His Hairball Goop?

July 1, 2018

You would never think of giving poison to cats, but you may be doing it by accident. In fact, overloading your cats’ diet with some hairball remedies can prevent absorption of a vital vitamin.

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Best Way To Stop Your Cat From Spraying

June 28, 2018

Anytime your cat backs himself up to a door or other object in your house, lifts his tail, and releases urine – you have a problem. Commonly called spraying, it is a problem seen mainly with indoor cats. Even though it is a very annoying problem, it’s a problem that can be solved.

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Decoding Cat Behavior

June 25, 2018

Most people like cats due to the mystery they bring into your life. While dog’s are fairly simple and indelibly loyal: A cat will make you work for their loyalty and have many mysterious actions and gestures that need to be decoded, in order for you to be the best cat owner you can be. Decoding cat behavior is an intellectual journey, as much as it is a labor of love.

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Fleas and Other Parasites

June 22, 2018

Fleas and other parasites ought to always be given the highest priority by cat owners. Flea bite allergy in cats is all too common and causes worry to many cat owners every year, especially in the summer, although all year round if your cat lives indoors with central heating. This is because flea bites often produce allergic reactions in the area bitten by the fleas, which is very often on the back just above the tail. In these cases, the affected skin becomes red and bald due to the cat’s continuous scratching of itself.

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