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— Many things can cause this, but a urinary tract infection needs an immediate visit to the vet.
— Here are general guidelines on staying healthy, including the first step of keeping your cat healthy.
— Your cat might be a ball of roly poly cuteness, but obesity introduces risk for health problems.
— They're not too expensive, and what you learn can make the difference between life and death.
— Cat sneezing can be adorable, but it might be a sign of a more serious health concern.
— Talulah is the only one of my four beloved cats left, and I'm doing everything I can for her.
— I did, and I had a good experience, but I don't fully understand the process. Here are some tips.
— There are plenty of ways to get those little buggers where they belong; here are tips and advice.
— It's hard! Just 10 pieces of kibble more than you need a day can add a whole pound in one year!
— Norton does not spray -- thank goodness -- but about a month ago, his hormones really began showing themselves.
— A reader's cat is suffering from lethargy, poor appetite, vomiting and fever. Our vet discusses possible causes of and treatments for the syndrome.
— Conventional wisdom has it that regular vomiting is normal, but a recent study says otherwise.
— Some people are creeped out when their cats get jiggy with soft objects, but masturbation happens, and it's as natural for them as it is for us.
— Believe it or not, some cats love greens such as lettuce; here are some tips on which ones are safe.
— Urinary tract disorders range from annoying to life-threatening. Here are the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options.
— These tips will help cats whose eating habits have been affected by factors such as stress or anxiety.
— It might appear to be bureaucratic or just plain greedy -- but it really makes the best sense.
— Rather than a trauma, trimming claws can be a pleasant -- or at least neutral -- experience.
— My cat's coughing was something different, and it was up to me to unravel the mystery.
— Don't be shy about asking your vet what steps he takes to make the office cat-friendly. Your vet should want to be cat-friendly -- that is the very first step.
— Cats age at different rates based on lifestyle and genetics, but there are still ways to determine age.
— Obesity is a common and serious health problem in cats; here are some of its causes and effects.
— A little cat is a big responsibility, so follow these steps for a good start on a long life.
— These high-grade, life-threatening cancers occur at sites of vaccine injections. Here's what you need to know.
— Heartworms are typically associated with dogs, but infestation in cats might be as high as 16 percent.
— I rebut a popular writer's article that exemplifies much of what is wrong with veterinary medicine.
— Dental disease occurs, simply, because animals don't brush their teeth.
— Some say antibody titers can determine whether a cat needs certain vaccines. What's the truth?
— I let feral cats in my garage, so I fight fleas. But what if your cat is indoor only? What do you do?
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