How to Bottle Feed Your Kitten

Article Featured on Douglas Pet Feed & Supply

Newborn kittens require delicate care and specific nutrition to thrive in their first few hours, days, and weeks of life. Ideally, the mother cat should be well-equipped to nurture her kittens, but this isn’t always possible. If necessary, bottle feeding kittens can be a suitable substitute . . . → Read More: How to Bottle Feed Your Kitten

Telltale Symptom Foretells a Serious Problem, Don’t Delay Medical Help

Written by Dr. Karen Shaw Becker | Article Featured on Mercola Pets

Feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD) is a quite common problem in cats. FLUTD describes any disorder affecting the bladder or urethra. A few of the most common FLUTD conditions include:

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Simple Boredom Busters You May Never Have Considered

Written by Dr. Karen Shaw Becker | Article Featured on Mercola Pets

Felines in the wild (including big cats and neighborhood feral colonies) are typically lean, lithe and on the move. It’s the nature of all cats to be active, and in fact it’s essential to their physical and emotional health. I believe the . . . → Read More: Simple Boredom Busters You May Never Have Considered

Should You Stay Away From Your Pets if You Have the Flu?

Written by Dr. Karen Shaw Becker

When flu season rolls around, you may start to wonder if you can pass the virus on to your pets, perhaps perpetuating a vicious cycle of flu transmission within your own household. While not common, human-to-pet flu transmission, known as “reverse zoonosis,” has happened.

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How To Treat A Sebaceous Cyst On A Cat

By Dr. TB Thompson | Article Featured on Pet Life Today

When you’re cuddling with your cat, you expect to feel soft, smooth fur, not lumps and bumps! It’s alarming to feel unidentified bumps under your cat’s skin. If you’ve been told by your vet your cat has a sebaceous cyst, you may still . . . → Read More: How To Treat A Sebaceous Cyst On A Cat

Why a Cat Patio Is the Next Best Thing for Your Feline

Written by Dr. Karen Shaw Becker | Article Featured on Mercola Pets

Cats are inherently wild creatures and hunters at heart who instinctively do what they’ve done from the dawn of time: No matter what size they are, from the majestic “king of beasts” to your fluffy indoor feline, they’re at their best in . . . → Read More: Why a Cat Patio Is the Next Best Thing for Your Feline

Your Cat's Dental Health

By Arden Moore | Featured on carecredit.com

A sudden boycott at mealtime might be due to dental pain.

Ever chomp down on a piece of taffy only to have it tear out a filling? This is a surprising – and painful – event. Trust me, I know.

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5 Rare Cat Diseases

5 Rare Cat Diseases

By Dr. Jennifer Coates

When veterinarians are faced with a sick cat, the first thing they do is put together a list of the . . . → Read More: 5 Rare Cat Diseases

Cats and Pregnant Women: How to Stay Safe

By Jennifer Coates, DVM

If you’ve ever been told that cats and pregnant women do not mix, rest assured that the person who told you this wasn’t entirely correct. While it’s true that you need to put some safety measures in place, there’s no reason to get rid of your cats when pregnant. In . . . → Read More: Cats and Pregnant Women: How to Stay Safe

10 More Subtle Signs of Illness in Cats

By Steve Dale | Article Featured on PetFinder

Dogs are more than twice as likely to visit the veterinarian than cats are. Here are some reasons why.

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