— This potentially life-threatening uterine infection can happen even to spayed cats.
— Flea eradication can feel like a losing battle. Here's what worked for me -- and what didn't.
— Lymphoma is the most common cancer in cats, and it varies in form and aggressiveness.
— Unlike dogs, cats are often scared of sitting in moving vehicles. Here's how to ease the stress.
— Here are four common-sense new year's resolutions to keep your cats healthy and safe.
— What you need to know about an illness that should be on every cat guardian’s radar.
— A stem cell therapy study also offers hope for cats who already have chronic renal disease.
— Litter boxes are convenient, but they can be the epicenter of some scary health incidents.
— Canadian researchers hope the new treatment method will lead to advances in human medicine.
— Our cats are not immune to this highly aggressive malignancy; know the warning signs of breast cancer in cats and how you can prevent it.
— I worked hard to help him gain weight, but at four months old, I knew it was time to say goodbye.
— I had no idea my older cat would react with hisses when my little one got back from spay surgery. Here's how to smooth the homecoming.
— Type 2 diabetes mellitus is becoming increasingly common in cats. It cannot be cured, but it can be managed.
— Indoors cats are much safer than outdoor cats, but plenty of health risks still exist in the home.
— When Murphy came down with the painful face sores, I avoided steroids and antibiotics by going the natural route, and it worked!
— Why are sneezes and sniffles so hard to treat in cats, where do they come from, and what can you do to care for a cat with a “kitty cold"?
— Cat dander is an inescapable fact of cat biology. Excessive amounts of cat dandruff could be symptomatic of a more serious condition.
— Obesity is a common and serious health problem in cats; here are some of its causes and effects.
— We need to spay our kitten soon, but I really hope her post-surgery experience is better than it was with our other cat, Ghosty.
— Cats are different than humans, so people medication is dangerous for cats. Here's why.
— You might not see obvious scratching in your allergic cat -- our feline friends are notoriously secretive, and you have to know what to look for.
— Is your cat losing weight with no effort on your part? Here are reasons that could be happening.
— A little cat is a big responsibility, so follow these steps for a good start on a long life.
— The pancreas is one of the most important organs in a cat's body -- here's what happens when it becomes inflamed.
— Why do anal glands exist, what do they do, and what happens when they get clogged?
— Those gooey turd-shaped land mines don't have to be a regular occurrence. Here's some tips to help cut down on hairball hurling.
— Your cat's allergies don't always look like yours -- here's how to deal with feline allergies before they become major problems with the cats in your life.
— The temptation to self-medicate a cat is dangerous, as cats may suffer toxic effects from many medications that are safe for humans.
— Eosinophilic granulomas, or rodent ulcers, are common causes of pain and facial deformation.
— Many things can cause this, but a urinary tract infection needs an immediate visit to the vet.
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