Feline Care Resources

Always consult your vet about the health and care of your animals and pets.

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Why do Cats Hate Water?

Some cats may not necessarily seek out water but are not bothered by it. Others may actually show individual preferences for water, regarding it as something of a toy. Click here to read more.

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Summer Hazards for Cats

When temperatures outside reach dangerous levels, the temperature inside the house can, too. Keep fresh water available, and make sure your cat has a cool place to spend the day. Click here to read more.

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How to Tell if Your Cat is Sick

Cats tend to hide their illnesses, and they even hide themselves when they’re ill. But many problems are best treated when they’re caught early, which means you are your cat’s most important health care provider. Click here to read more.

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Cat Health – 101

Cats are considered to be subtle creatures.  They are masters at disguising signs of sickness. Click here to read more.

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Urinary Issues in Cats

Urinary issues can be caused by a number of problems in the urinary tract, which includes the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Click here to read more.

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5 Common Injuries for Cats

Cats don’t have nine lives, and no one knows this better than a veterinarian. Click here to read more.

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Does Your Cat Meow A LOT

From gentle head nudges to a quick flick of a tail, cats are masters of subtle communication. But while most felines aren’t too inclined to meow their opinions, there are some cats who are downright chatty. Click here to read more.

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How Cats Drink

You’ve seen your pet at the water bowl, but did you ever wonder how the water actually reaches its mouth? Click here to read more.

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Exercise Your Cat | Get Moving!

While most cats will never learn to run on a treadmill, no matter how much catnip you offer, almost all cats do benefit greatly from some form of regular physical activity. Not only does exercise burn calories, improve muscle tone, and reduce a cat’s appetite, but a healthy exercise plan will also help protect your cat from becoming overweight or obese, extending her lifespan and improving her quality of life. By sticking to a regular feline workout plan, you’ll have a major positive impact on your cat’s overall health. Click here to see the entire article.

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