Annaliese Morgan

Annaliese qualified as a veterinary nurse from Edinburgh and went on to attain a diploma in advanced veterinary nursing in surgery from London. Throughout this time, she worked in both small and mixed veterinary practices and gained head nurse status. Responsible for training other veterinary nurses she also ran the nursing department, nurse clinics and patient care protocols.

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Can Cats Eat Veggie Straws? Vet-Approved Facts & FAQ

Human treats are not known for being “healthy”. The average potato chip is mostly fat, oil, and salt, with artificial additives and flavorings and zero nutritional value. Enter: Veggie Straws, a crispy vegetable snack (shaped like a short straw) that sounds like a healthy alternative to our beloved Ruffles and Pringles. Pet parents might wonder […]

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My Cat Is Limping But Still Jumping & Running, What’s Wrong? Vet Approved Advice

Disclaimer: This article has been fact-checked and reviewed by a qualified veterinarian using information available at the time of review. However, the purpose of this article is not to replace a veterinary examination and advice but rather provide a general guide to medical and behavioral conditions. Cat owners are urged to seek tailored advice for

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Outdoor Plants That Are Toxic to Cats: 10 to Avoid (Vet-Reviewed)

Cats are curious creatures and will often show interest in plants, grasses, trees, and dangling leaves. However, it’s important to be informed on this topic of greenery in your garden. A quick lick or nibble can result in your pet becoming unwell or put them in a life-threatening condition. Which Plants Are Toxic to Cats?

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My Cat Has a Limp Tail, What’s Wrong? 5 Vet-Reviewed Possible Issues

Cats are expressive creatures, especially through their body language. Felines give many clues about their feelings and communicate widely using various parts and positions of their bodies. Their tails, for example, are used to display their mood. An upright tail is often one of a happy and confident cat. They also use their tails to

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When Do Male Cats Become Sexually Active? Vet-Reviewed Signs & Recommendations

Kittens are cute, fluffy, and fun, but they grow up fast. Not only in terms of size and demonstrating more adult behavior traits, but also in mating habits. Sexual maturity and mating desires start early in the feline community. The purpose of the reproduction cycle and its subsequent activities is to produce new kittens and

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My Cat Ate a Lily: Is It Dangerous? Vet Reviewed Signs & Treatments

Lilies are beautiful and fragrant flowers, seen in plenty of vases, bouquets, gardens, and displays around the world. Behind their beauty and grandeur, however, is a deadly toxin. Lilies are toxic to cats and must be avoided. This currently still unidentified toxin affects all cats, causing kidney failure if untreated1. Cats and their curiosity are

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How to Get Cats to Leave the Christmas Tree Alone: 12 Vet Reviewed Tips

December is a glorious time of year, often punctuated by putting up a Christmas tree in your home and decorating the house with festive ornaments and crafts. Many people enjoy having a full and fancy decorated Christmas tree in the room, but unfortunately, so does your cat. Felines are naturally inquisitive and curious creatures, and frequently,

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10 Types of Veterinary Specialists & What They Do: Vet Approved Guide

Many cat parents may think their local veterinarian is the only option for their cat’s well-being and health, but this is not the case. Veterinary medicine and pet care operate in a similar way to human medicine. There is primary care, which is your first port of call. This is your local or usual veterinary

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