Cat Health and Wellness

cat's back legs have become weak
Cat Health and Wellness

Why Are My Cat’s Back Legs Not Working (Weak, Wobbly, and Stiff)?

One of the most common physical ailments that can affect your senior cat is immobility. Often hallmarked by leg weakness, stiffness, balance problems, and an inability to walk without a limp, the older feline can easily fall victim to joint and muscle deterioration. Cats are good at masking pain, so it is common for elderly pets to hide their discomfort until you notice that their back legs are giving way. If you notice that your […]

Does my cat have a furball or a breathing problem?
Cat Health and Wellness

7 REALLY Easy Ways to Help Your Cat Pass a Hairball (Furball)!

Cats are meticulous groomers. It keeps them clean and removes any excess fur. The problem is that long-haired cat breeds, in particular, can find it hard to pass furballs. This can lead to health issues such as constipation, diarrhea, loss of appetite, and lethargy. That’s why you need to find out how to help your cat pass a hairball so that it can recover. We’ll explain why cats swallow fur and need to pass hairballs. […]

Why is my Older Cat Yowling at Night?
Cat Health and Wellness

Why is My Elderly Cat Yowling at Night: What Excessive Vocalization Means!

At some point, a cat owner is bound to wonder “why is my elderly cat yowling at night?” But even if your old cat gets the best care, they can become very restless at night, vocalizing at all hours and waking the family. However, this yowling behavior is prevalent in aging cats. From shifting sleep habits to disorientation and vocalization, older felines exhibit many symptoms that researchers believe is very similar to dementia. If your […]