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Is My Cat Overweight? Signs and Symptoms

August 1, 2022 12:00 am Published by

Is my cat overweight? As a cat owner, you might wonder whether your cat has gained unnecessary weight. Cat obesity is not a welcome healthcare aspect, and it’s essential to indicate that it has some severe healthcare challenges. An over weight cat has a higher chance of recording serious healthcare problems. Could your cat be overweight? Here are some of the signs and symptoms you need to check. 1. Loss of a visible waistline Usually, you should be able to see a waistline on your cat when you look down at them from above. Your cat might be overweight if... View Article

How To Care for Your Senior or Geriatric Cat

July 1, 2022 12:00 am Published by

It is important to give your cat some additional tender, loving care as they age. Cats were once considered seniors just at eight years old, not too long ago. However, it is not unusual for vets today to have feline patients in their twenties. This is mainly due to advances in veterinary medicine, improved nutrition, and living indoors. Cats are now considered seniors at 12 to 14 years of age. If you want to know how to care for an older cat, there are some tips you can implement into your daily routine with your cat. Caring for a Senior or Geriatric... View Article

Kitten & Cat Vaccines

July 1, 2022 12:00 am Published by

If you own a cat, you should understand the importance of getting your cat vaccines to keep it healthy. However, it is essential that you know exactly the ones that are required at certain ages. You should also familiarize yourself with the way vaccines work to help keep your cat safe. Cat Vaccinations Understanding the way cats get sick may be tricky if you are not a trained vet. Diseases are caused by germs or pathogens and can include anything from a virus or bacteria to another microorganism. These make their way into your cat’s body, causing them to become... View Article

Introducing A New Cat To Your Home

June 1, 2022 12:00 am Published by

Introducing a new cat into your home can be a big issue for your existing pets. This is because the other cats or pets might initially view the incoming cat as a threat. The following are things to look out for when bringing a new cat home. Consider your existing cat’s needs Energy levels: It is ideal to adopt a cat of a similar age with the same energy level as the existing ones. For instance, it might seem like a ten-year-old cat would get excited by a kitten, but it is likely the older cat will be constantly upset by the kitten... View Article

Taking Your Cat Outdoors? Here’s the Top Safety Tips You Need to Know

May 6, 2022 12:00 am Published by

We all love our animals, and we want them to have the best life possible. For an inside cat, it can be hard to get outside to enjoy nature. However, there are some ways that you can take your cat outside safely and help them enjoy nature without fear. Safety Precautions for Outdoor Cats The first thing you need to do when taking out cats that are not normally outdoors is to ensure that they have a safe place to be outside. You want to make sure that the cat has an area free of other pets, safe and secure... View Article

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