11 Facts About Fleas

Original Article By Kate Hughes from PetMD

Most pet owners have some experience dealing with fleas. After all, fleas are indiscriminate parasites, happy enough to feed off of dogs and cats, ferrets and rabbits, and, of course, humans, when the need arises. While a lot people have encountered these nasty little parasites, they know . . . → Read More: 11 Facts About Fleas

How Limited Iodine Diets Can Be Used to Treat Cats with Hyperthyroidism

Hyperthyroidism is the most common hormonal abnormality in cats, causing the thyroid gland to become overactive and produce excess amounts of thyroid hormone. Fortunately, a more recent discovery has made the way to treat the disease easier for veterinarians, while also making the costs of treatment less expensive on the cat owner.

Traditional treatments . . . → Read More: How Limited Iodine Diets Can Be Used to Treat Cats with Hyperthyroidism

Cancer in Cats: Types, Symptoms, Prevention, and Treatment

Cancer in Cats: Types, Symptoms, Prevention, and Treatment WebMD veterinary expert answers commonly asked questions about cancer in cats. By Sandy Eckstein WebMD Pet Health Feature Reviewed by Elizabeth A. Martinez, DVM

Although cancer isn’t as common in cats as it is in dogs, it still affects a number of our feline friends. . . . → Read More: Cancer in Cats: Types, Symptoms, Prevention, and Treatment

Top Reasons to Keep Cats Indoors

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Franny Syufy, About.com Guide (original link: http://cats.about.com/od/indoorsvsoutdoors/tp/keepindoors.htm)

 

Many cat lovers are now savvy that indoor cats are safer cats, while others still think that cats deserve freedom to run in the great outdoors. When humans domesticated cats, we took on the . . . → Read More: Top Reasons to Keep Cats Indoors