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Wet Food, Dry? Both?

We have so many options when it comes to feeding a cat, and this is surely a good thing. It would seem like the...

Cat Living on the Roof

Q: My cat was once feral, but she has lived with me for 14 years now. Recently, she did not return after I let...

Staggering Disease in European Cats

A disease that has plagued cats in Europe for almost 50 years is finally getting some clarification. “Staggering disease” shows up with neurologic signs...

Horner’s Syndrome: Sign of Middle Ear Damage

Because of the nerves traveling close to the middle ear, cats with an ear infection (see p. 6) may have facial nerve paralysis and/or...

Something’s In Her Eye

It’s not fun when you get something in your eye. A tiny eyelash feels like a giant log. Worse, if it gets in there...

When Ear Infections Deepen

Ear problems in cats are a real cause for concern, as they frequently occur secondary to an underlying issue, and they can quickly progress...

Download The Full September 2022 Issue PDF

  • Pain, Stress, and Gabapentin
  • COVID From Person to Cat to Person
  • Cats Help Catnip Release Natural Insect Repellent
  • Are You Seeing Urine Spots?
  • Cat-Food Label Short Course
  • Your Cat Can Love Grooming
  • The Senior Cat with Dementia
  • Persistent Wool Sucking

Health-Monitoring Litter

We are always looking for the best and easiest ways to monitor cat health. And, since urinary problems are high on the list of...

Pain, Stress, and Gabapentin

Pain management is an integral aspect of health care. Uncontrolled chronic pain is more than just physical pain, as it often causes significant emotional...

COVID From Person to Cat to Person

The SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19 is likely here to stay, and we must accept it. However, there are a lot of rumors regarding...

Cats Help Catnip Release Natural Insect Repellent

Researchers in Japan found that when cats damage catnip, higher amounts of strong insect repellents are released. Catnip and silvervine are believed to have...

Are You Seeing Urine Spots?

Urinary incontinence is an involuntary leakage of urine. Most often, an incontinent cat is not aware that this leakage is happening. If you think...