Dr. Marta Vidal-Abarca BVSc GPCert (Ophthal) MRCVS (Veterinarian)

Dr. Marta has over 16 years of veterinary experience, working across the UK and Spain as a remote veterinary consultant and in the clinic. She graduated from Cardenal Herrera-CEU University in Valencia, Spain. She holds two Ophthalmology Certificates, GPCert Ophthal from ESVPS and UAB. She has wide experience in small animal internal medicine and surgery with a soft spot for cats. Marta is a member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, and her main fields of interest are ophthalmology and critical care medicine. Dr. Marta loves being able to share the most helpful information with pet parents across the world as one of Catster's in-house veterinarians. She wants to provide details that can help in all aspects of pets' lives with their beloved ones. She loves knowing that she can support our readers and communicate about any medical topic that might be relevant to their pet's health and well-being.

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Is Baking Soda Safe for Cats? Our Vet Explains Dangers & Safe Uses

Baking soda is a common product that most people keep in their kitchen, and it can be used for a multitude of things, from baking to homemade cleaning supplies. Because of its ability to absorb and reduce bad odors, many people use it in places like stinky refrigerators and litter boxes to help contain odors. […]

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Can Cats Drink Beer? Our Vet Explains

If you have ever considered letting your cat taste your beer, here’s why you should not contemplate this possibility anymore. Sharing beer—or alcohol of any kind—with your kitty is an extremely bad idea. Alcohol is toxic to cats, and there is no safe dose they can consume.  Fortunately, most cats are not usually attracted to

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What Does It Mean if Your Cat’s Eyes Change Color? Our Vet Answers

It is said that the eyes are the window to the soul, and I think that’s especially true when it comes to the beautiful eyes of our feline friends. But did you know that your cat’s eyes can also be a window to their health? Changes in a cat’s eye color can be an indicator

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