— If you have cat allergy-prone visitors in your home, follow these tips to keep everyone happy.
— It's being called "Tom and Jerry syndrome" due to the frenzied way cats react to certain noises.
— Many people view pain relief creams as a safer way to treat localized pain, but few realize how dangerous some of these creams are to cats.
— Accidents are always a potential cat-health issue; here's what you need for your cat's first-aid kit.
— If your vet can't get one in the office, you'll have to do it at home; here are 3 ways that work for me.
— Being ready in advance can help you keep your cool when your cat needs you most.
— Feline infectious peritonitis is difficult to diagnose, even harder to treat, and almost always fatal.
— If it's a single incident, don't worry. But a habitual problem can signal something seriously wrong.
— A while ago, a vet in a newspaper column said cats don’t get Lyme disease; I doubted that, so I checked the facts.
— Peeing inside the litter box is not just good manners, it's literally a matter of life and death.
— "Frito feet," usually observed (and smelled) in dogs, can also affect cats, but it's a bit different.
— Epilepsy in cats is rarely diagnosed, largely because seizures can occur for many reasons.
— Outdoor cats find trouble at many turns, while indoor cats face spring hazards in the home.
— Here are tips on how to recognize stress and anxiety in cat behavior -- and how to reduce it.
— Dental disease occurs, simply, because animals don't brush their teeth.
— Researchers believe cats' Silver gene could help humans at highest risk of melanoma: redheads.
— 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.
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