Ask A Vet
Cat lover Kat Dennings urges cat parents to take their cat to their veterinarian every year.
How often do cats need shots, or other preventative measures like flea and heartworm treatments? We turned to a vet for the best advice.
A kitten playing with a ball of yarn seems cute… But if your cat ate string (or tinsel, ribbon, dental floss, fishing line…) it can be life threatening.
Was your cat stung by a wasp or bee? And what if your cat gets stung by a snake or spider? Here’s what to know about stings and bites on cats.
Your mornings might be hard for a few days after you “spring forward,” but is your cat affected by Daylight Saving Time?
Different than head butting, cat head pressing is not about showing affection. There are a few causes for this behavior — and some of them are serious.
Unstable Christmas trees, tinsel, fireplace ashes, holiday parties and more — one vet sounds off on the top holiday health hazards for cats.
Can cats safely eat turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and other Thanksgiving foods? See which Turkey Day treats are safe for cats and which aren’t!
A dry cat nose means nothing for some kitties, but signifies issues for others. Same with a wet cat nose. Here’s how to assess the situation and next steps to take.
Yes, cats grind their teeth, too. Cat teeth grinding has a fancy name — bruxism — and many possible causes in felines.