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Inflamed Nasal Passages

Q: My 5-year-old male cat has been suffering from a stuffy nose that has recently gotten much worse. I’ve seen three different veterinarians, and we’ve...

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  • Say Yes to Microchips
  • Development of Feline Facial Expressions
  • Kitten Enrichment
  • Feline Hip Dysplasia
  • The Most Common Cancer
  • From Constipation to Megacolon
  • Autoimmune Disease Control

New Anxiety Medication

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Bonqat to help with the anxiety and fear cats associate with car rides and veterinary visits. It...

Say Yes to Microchips

Microchips are increasingly common in dogs these days, and we think this should become standard for cats as well, including indoor cats who can...

Development of Feline Facial Expressions

Researchers from the University of Kansas and Lyon College studied feline facial expressions to determine what message a cat’s facial expression is trying to...

Kitten Enrichment

Kittens are a ton of fun, but they can also get into a world of trouble. Enrichment activities encourage kittens to be kittens in...

Feline Hip Dysplasia

Feline hip dysplasia can be a major contributing factor in cats who just seem to “slow down” as they age. While hip arthritis is...

From Constipation to Megacolon

An occasional bout of constipation that either self-resolves or resolves easily with simple treatment by your veterinarian is usually not cause for alarm. Frequent,...

Autoimmune Disease Control

Q: My 4-year-old cat has swelling and bacterial infections in her foot pads/nail beds, and I am using chlorohexidine. My veterinarian says it’s an...

The Most Common Cancer

Lymphoma is the most common cancer in cats. While it can occur anywhere in the body, the most common form in cats is gastrointestinal...

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  • Handling Stranger Danger
  • New Las Vegas Microchip Ordinance for Pets
  • Cornell CatWatch Earns Multiple Writing Awards
  • How to Help a Feral Cat
  • Clean Mouth = Healthy Cat
  • Too Many Hairballs?
  • One Cat or Two? Or 10?
  • Eosinophilic Granuloma Complex in Cats

Handling Stranger Danger

Cats aren’t crazy about having new people in their house to begin with. But workers—be they contractors helping with your renovation, window washers, appliance...