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Ask A Vet: Can Cats Be Trained?

Some people think that it is impossible to train cats and kittens, but actually, it is not impossib...

Ask A Vet: I Am A Vegetarian. Can I Make My Cat One Too?

There have been studies suggesting that a vegetarian life style may contribute to better health for...

Ask A Vet: Could My Cat Have Arthritis?

We think of arthritis as an aging disorder of dogs, horses and even people, but no one gives it much...

Ask A Vet: Why Is My Cat Staggering?

If you are a cat lover, you are probably tuned in to the way your cat acts and what is normal for he...

Ask A Vet: I Found A Tumor On My Cat. What Is It?

The word “tumor” is scary. Animals do get cancers and sometimes they are visible as skin growths...

Ask A Vet: My Cat Has Stomatitis. What Does This Mean?

If your vet says that your cat has Feline Stomatitis, what exactly does she mean? The word “stoma...

5 Tips When Introducing A New Cat To Your Resident Cat(s)

Cats are territorial and solitary hunters by nature, but friendships can and do develop even in fera...

Ask A Vet: Why Is My Cat Vomiting?

Cats vomit sometimes and not all causes warrant medical intervention. Some will be self-limiting an...

Ask A Vet: What Does Organic Mean For Cat Food?

We see cats every day. We ask lots of questions of their owners so we can advise them accurately. On...

Ask A Vet: Is My Cat Mad At Me When He Pees On My Stuff?

Clients sometimes tell me that their cat is acting out of spite by urinating outside his litter bo...