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Ask A Vet: Why Is Play Important For My Cat?

We all think play is fun, but did you know that play can actually improve your brain? It seems to be true for people and many other animals, including cats. We prioritize play for our human children – and it turns out we should as research indicates that...

5 Causes Of Seizures In Cats

Seizures, or convulsions, are characterized by uncontrolled muscle movements. Cats can have seizures and they are an extremely alarming incident. Seizures in cats can vary in cause and severity. Affected animals will often seem “out of sorts” both immedia...

Ask A Vet: Why Are Male Calico Cats So Rare?

Calico cats are lovely and unique. Even more unique is the fact that they are nearly always female....

The Importance of Scratching

Why Scratching is Vital for Your Cat’s Health and Happiness

Scratching is a normal and necessary behavior for the feline species. Cat people anticipate that the...

Ask A Vet: Are Bed Bugs A Risk To My Cat Too?

Bed bugs are parasites infesting an environment. A single adult bed bug can live for 6 to 12 months...

From The Vet: How The Flavor Of Your Cat’s Food Can Affect Their Health

We are so careful about what we feed to our cats. We want to do the best for them, so we give thoug...

From The Vet: 3 Ways To Tell If Your Cat Is Eating Too Much

A cat needs to eat only enough to maintain her daily energy loss and no excess body fat. If your ca...

Are Cat Licks Really “Kitty Kisses” ?

When you are holding your cat, does she sometimes lick you? She is probably purring and rubbing on...

Ask A Vet: Why Is My Cat So Reactive When Something Startles Him?

Every cat lover has had it happen. You reach out to touch your cat and seem to startle her and she ...

5 Things You Should Know About Your Cat’s Teeth

We know that teeth are important to our carnivorous cats, but there are a few specific things we sh...

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