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Cat Health Information


Behavior

See our Cat Training area for lots of information on litterbox problems, training, and more.

Cat Behavior Problems; Looking for solutions to your cat's behavior problems? Go here.

Chief Complaint (Symptoms)

Cat Diabetes Symptoms; Cat diabetes symptoms can vary, but in general the hallmark symptoms of feline diabetes are:

Cat Pregnancy Symptoms; Cat pregnancy symptoms can vary from cat to cat but in general there are some main ones that you can expect to see.

Cat Rabies Symptoms; Cat rabies symptoms can vary tremendously. Rabies is caused by a virus and is one of the best know diseases on the world.

Cat Vomiting; Cats like to groom themselves frequently, and like to stay very clean, which in some cases causes cat vomiting.

Dentistry

Cat Dental Signs; Here are some signs to look out for if you think your cat may have a dental problem.

Dermatology (Skin)

Cat Acne; Cat acne is a minor health problem that is often treated at home. This condition is also known as feline acne or kitten acne.

Cat Fight; Cat bite wounds can be very deceiving. What only looks like a small wound can have very serious consequences.

How To Bath A Cat; First of all cats rarely need to be bathed. Your cat should not have to be bathed more than twice a month at the most, unless it has a skin condition or has gotten into some toxics.

Ringworm; Ringworm looks like a round area of hair loss on your cat that can be scaly and reddened or just roughened.The two most common types of ringworm in cats are Microsporum canis and Microsporum gypseum.

Cat Bite Abscess; A more detailed explanation of the the cause, treatment, and prognosis of cat bite abscesses.

Emergencies

Heat Stroke In Pets; Heat exhaustion and heat stroke in pets are different from each other. Heat exhaustion is the first stage an overheated pet goes through followed by heat stroke, which is complete failure to be able to regulate its body temperature.

Pet Insurance Tips; Before your cat has an emergency you should think about getting insurance for your cat.

Fleas

Fleas; What to do if your cat has fleas.

Flea Control; When treating pets for fleas, there are several things to keep in mind. One, you need to treat the environment, because all of the eggs and larvae that the fleas leave behind. Two, you need to treat every pet in the house.

How to get rid of fleas; How to get rid of fleas using natural ingredients.

Gastroentrology

Cat Vomiting; Cats like to groom themselves frequently, and like to stay very clean, which in some cases causes cat vomiting.

Infecious Diseases

Cat Vaccines; Cat vaccinations are an important part of preventative health plan for your cat's health.

Ringworm; Ringworm in cats is a skin disease that is caused by a fungus that affects pets and humans. Because the lesions are usually circular, and because in the past they thought it was caused by a worm.

Can Cats Spread Infections?; Most diseases that pets get can get are not transmissible to human; however there are some serious diseases that they can. In this article we will only discuss a few of these.

Medications

Cat Medications Learn more about various cat health medications here.

Nutrition and Diet

Cat Vitamins; Vitamins and minerals are essential to cat health. Many things determine if your cat needs extra nutrition. Age, size, breed, and lifestyle play an important role.

Royal Canin Kitten 36; This formulation from Royal Canin is specifically for kittens in the 2nd stage of development.

Orthopedics (Bones and Joints)

Arthritis in Cats; Here are some signs that your pet maybe suffering from joint problems.

Parasites

Tick removal; When dealing with ticks it is good to keep it simple. The easiest and best way for tick removal is to remove them is by using a tweezers.

Reproduction

Cat Gestation Period; The normal gestation period for cats is normally 58 to 65 days, with the average length around 63 days.

Toxicology

Cat Poisoning Prevention; Pets can be exposed to many poisons and toxins around the house and yard. Foods, like chocolate and common plants all have the potential to be deadly for your pet. With just a little precaution most cat poisonings can be prevented.

Vaccines

Do I need to vaccinate my cat?; Vaccines to do not guarantee that your pet will not get sick, just like a human getting a flu vaccine, can still get the flu. Vaccines do not necessarily prevent disease, but it will likely minimize the seriousness of the illness if your pet does get sick.

Miscellaneous

Cat Adoption; The three main places people get their cats from are shelters, breeders, and pet stores. Each of these places has their advantages and disadvantages.

Cat Books; What you need is a trustworthy cat training book. Here are some of the best-selling and truly amazing cat training books that can have one's pet cat do more than meowing and scratching:

Top 10 Dog and Cat Medical Conditions; A very interesting article about how some Top 10 dog and cat problems are equally as common.

Cat Collars; There are a wide variety of cat collars to choose from, here is a quick guide for you.


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