Vaccines are necessary for most cats, especially those who spend much of their time outdoors. Although the experience is never pleasant, felines must be vaccinated against rabies by law. Also, other vaccinations are highly recommended to protect your cat against infectious diseases. There is always risk involved in vaccinating a cat. These dangers alone are not enough to ignore feline vaccinations, though. Vaccination may save your cat’s life. You’ll need to make an informed decision […]
Cat Health and Wellness
Most cats enjoy being stroked on the back, except when they’re sick or injured. So, if your cat doesn’t want to be touched on her back, the chances are that they’re in physical discomfort. Back pain caused by anxiety or hyperesthesia can be treated by reducing stress in the household and changing the way you stroke your cat. However, more serious conditions must be treated by a vet to avoid spinal damage. Let’s look more […]
Cats use their hind legs to jump, balance, and run away from danger. If one of their legs is not functioning properly, this can leave them feeling very vulnerable. Cats don’t express pain in the same way as humans. As a cat owner, it is your responsibility to recognize whether your cat is in pain or not. We’ll help you determine why your cat is limping and whether or not they are experiencing pain.
While we associate cats with effortless grace and elegance, felines can have health issues. Anybody that has watched a cat rubbing its bottom on the ground (scooting) will realize that this is the case. If your cat is dragging its bottom on the floor, there will be a medical reason for the behavior. We will look at the different reasons for feline scooting, and how to treat the underlying condition. Causes of Scooting in Cats […]
When you see your cat coughing up a hairball, your natural instinct is to try and help. No one wants to see their cat in discomfort, but it’s difficult to know how best to intervene in this situation. Cats groom themselves meticulously, so the occasional hairball is considered quite normal. However, if your cat is coughing up hair regularly, this might indicate a health problem. We’ll show you what to expect when it comes to […]
Your cat goes through defined life stages, reaching senior status at the age of 10. With love, care, and support it’s not uncommon for house cats to live well into their twenties. So, you can enjoy many more happy years together if you take steps to keep an older cat healthy. Older cats have so much to offer. Being able to enjoy many additional years together is a real privilege. You will have forged an […]