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— Dogs aren’t the only animals who can get heartworms. Your cat is unfortunately in danger, too.
— Is your cat messing with you when she leaves a mess in a freshly cleaned box? Catster's singing Cat Lady explains why.
— Even though spaying is common, it's major surgery. It doesn't always go as planned.
— Unbelievably, some people still choose not to fix their cats. Here are some of the bad (yet common) reasons why.
— It's National Spay and Neuter Awareness Month, people. Remind your friends that "fixing" a pet isn't cruelty; it's for their own good in more than one way.
— For many cats, frequent vomiting is simply a part of life. It doesn't have to be that way.
— Their memories aren't great, but they're better than dogs, according to studies. Catster's singing Cat Lady explains.
— Think your cat is too young to get knocked up? You'd be surprised!
— Bladder pain is a frustrating, common condition. Treating it often requires a multipronged approach.
— It was the 1970s, before today's deskunking shampoos existed. It was a long night.
— Is kitty expecting? We hope not. But if so, here's what you can expect.
— Winter's shorter days can cause seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, in cats. Here's what to look for.
— Unlike dogs, cats are often scared of sitting in moving vehicles. Here's how to ease the stress.
— Catster reader Keri asks: "Why do some cats run around like crazed maniacs after making a No. 2 deposit in the litter box?"
— URIs in cats have many causes and symptoms. Our resident vet explains the condition.
— It's the right thing to do -- and it will help you and your cats in ways you might not have known.
— There are times when bald is not sexy -- and obsessive butt licking in your cat is one of them.
— A reader asks whether this condition can be reversed, and how that might be detected.
— Our vet offers common-sense things you can do to keep your cats healthy and safe.
— The all-natural route applies to cats and dogs too.
— The state of your cat's other end (and what's coming out of it) is a good way to gauge his health.
— It's a nasty feline virus with an old-fashioned name. Here's how to avoid it.
— A reader's cat is nearing death. She may not be in pain, but her suffering should be adressed.
— From turning on the tap to adding ice cubes to wet food (really!), we've got tips to get your cat drinking more.
— Worried that you might get feline plague, fleas, or mange? Sarah Donner, Catster's singing Cat Lady, puts your mind at ease. Well, sort of.
— He's an older cat, he's not pooping, and he's also lethargic. This could be serious.
— Worried about your cat developing a sarcoma from her annual shots? Here's the latest science.
— With proper treatment, these cats can live a long time. Look at Pingu and his brother Sharky, who are both 12.
— Might a new pet goat be making the family cat sick? It's not likely. But it's possible.
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