Questions about Your Cat’s Health? Browse our helpful articles below. If you’re not sure where to start, here’s some of our most popular posts so far:
Do I Really Need a Cat Water Fountain?
Cat water fountains are the newest innovation in essentials for your furry friend, but do you really need one? How much difference can a water fountain make compared to a water dish? Will your cat even use it or will they simply play in the cardboard box it came in like they did with every […]Read More
Down Syndrome Cat
Can Cats Have Down Syndrome? Felines, like all living creatures, are unique and fascinating. Very intelligent, curious and independent, cats have an aura of superiority that sets them aside from other animals. Cats are renowned for being nimble and gracious, playful and lazy in equal measure. They have a tendency to please themselves and it’s […]Read More
How to Help A Teething Kitten
Just like little babies, kittens will go through a stage of teething, which can be painful and result in your little ball off fluff chewing up everything in sight. So, how do you help ease his discomfort (and save your slippers in the process)? Let’s explore the best ways to help a teething kitten. The […]Read More
7 Ways to Ensure Your Cat has a Sharp Brain
Cats are living longer these days, so it’s imperative to incorporate mental health exercises into their daily lives to enable them to benefit as much as possible from their twilight years. It’s never too soon to begin exercising your kitty’s cerebrum. In view of that, we’ve assembled some hints that can help keep your catlike […]Read More
Top 11 Cat Skin Problems
You can tell a lot about the general health of your cat by the condition of his skin. If you are concerned about your pet’s welfare you should seek advice from a veterinary expert, they can take a good look at your cat, diagnose the problem and provide suitable treatment. Skin disorders are relatively common […]Read More
Best Dewormer For Cats
Deworming your cat is an essential part of being a good owner. Cats are susceptible to three types of intestinal worms: tapeworm, roundworm and hookworm. Whilst contracting these worms is not serious, if they are left untreated they can cause serious issues. Even healthy cats can have worms so do not wait for signs that […]Read More
What Are Cats Allergic to?
Humans’ allergies have been on the rise for decades and nobody knows exactly why. Some believe that the decreased amount of harmful parasites we have to face means our bodies overreact to allergens. Others suggest that our increasingly sanitized lifestyles mean our bodies aren’t exposed to enough allergens at a young age to build up […]Read More
Heartworms in Cats – Preventing and Treating Them
Heartworms in cats are often not detected early because symptoms appear very subtly at the beginning of an infection. For this reason, preventative measures are the most effective way to protect your cat’s health, not to mention that it is much cheaper than treatment once infected. What is Heartworm Disease? Heartworms (Dirofilaria immitis) are parasites […]Read More
7 Signs Your Cat Might Be Sick
Cats are not famous for showing their emotions, so it can be hard to tell if your cat is sick or feeling unwell. Whilst it’s usually great to have a pet which is so laid back, when they’re sick it becomes very difficult to know. Cats will sometimes try to hide away if they are […]Read More
When are Cats Fully Grown?
Deep down you know it. That kitty won’t remain a kitten forever. Eventually, your little furball will mature into a fully-grown furry friend. It’s bound to happen, as nature always prevails. But when are cats fully grown? When is a kitten considered a cat? Well, that depends on a number of factors. While we’ll throw […]Read More