Cat Corneal Ulcer

Common Cat Health Problem – How To Treat Cat Corneal Ulcer     There are a number of cat health problems that your furry friend can get affected with, one of them being cat corneal ulcer. If you are better informed about the cause and general symptoms of corneal ulcers in cats, you may protect her from this disease effectively. Before you learn more about this condition and how it affects your cat, it is important to know about the cornea and how it serves the eye. A cornea is the transparent covering over the eye which has the shape…

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cat health

Necessary Vіtаmіnѕ Fоr Cat Hеаlth   Vіtаmіnѕ fоr cat hеаlth, аѕ thе nаmе clearly ѕuggеѕtѕ, саn bе bеnеfісіаl fоr уоur реt саt’ѕ hеаlth. The problem, hоwеvеr, is thаt thеrе is a lot оf ambiguity іn this іѕѕuе аnd thеrе іѕ lіttlе rеаlіzаtіоn that most fооdѕ hаvе vеrу lоw lеvеlѕ of еѕѕеntіаl vitamins.. A lot оf people dо not knоw whаt kіnd оf vіtаmіnѕ аrе good fоr their саt’ѕ hеаlth and they hаvе no іdеа what to lооk for іn реt health ѕuррlеmеntѕ. Sо, in this аrtісlе, I have trіеd tо сlаrіfу ѕоmе of thе соmmоn doubts thаt реорlе have whеn…

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cat first aid

Learn About Cat First Aid – It Can Save Your Cat’s Life   As you know, a cat can’t tell you what’s wrong with him. And he’s usually tempted to run away when frightened or injured. Often you must restrain the cat to administer aid, risking scratches and bites if you’re not properly prepared. The goals of all cat first aid are to: Preserve life. Alleviate suffering. Promote recovery. Minimize aggravation of an injury or illness until a veterinarian can attend to it. Checking for Normal Vital Signs In an emergency situation, it’s important to get the cat’s vital signs…

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Cat health problems

All About Cat Health Problems   Cats, like people also suffer various health problems with most common ailments. Likewise, some are easily prevented and cured while a few are hereditary to the feline. One of the most common health issues that a cat can have are hairballs. Since cats groom themselves by licking their bodies, they tend to swallow their fur in the process. And as they continue to do so, they eventually accumulate enough which forms into a ball that builds in their stomachs. Another common ailment would be parasitic worms. Roundworms, tapeworms and hookworms and even heartworms are…

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Cat Scratch Disease

Cat Scratch Disease (CSD) Also Called Cat Scratch Fever   One of the most common illnesses people can obtain from their pet cat is an infection called Cat Scratch Disease (CSD) or also commonly known as ‘Cat Scratch Fever’. Cat Scratch Disease is an infection caused by the Bartonella Henselea bacteria, and is spread by infected cats to humans by scratch, bite, or saliva. It is a relatively common bacterium found in cats, and is most often found in cats in warm humid areas. The most common carriers of Cat Scratch Disease are usually kittens more so than adult cats,…

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Is Milk safe for cats?

Can I Give My Cat Milk?     A kitten lapping at a bowl of milk is such a sweet image, and one that is often used in books, films, TV commercials, and advertisements to depict the idea of innocence, or a happy, healthy cat. And yet, nothing could be more deceptive. Most people don’t realize that giving cow’s milk to their cat can be, at best, detrimental to its health, and at worse extremely dangerous, or even deadly. In adult cats, cow’s milk can cause diarrhea, gas, stomach pain, and even sometimes kidney problems. Giving cow’s milk to kittens…

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stop cat fighting

Cat Fighting – How To Stop It   If you have a household that has multiple cats as pets then the occasional fight will occur. Most of the time there is peace, love, purring and happiness. You will probably even see your feline friends snuggling up and cleaning each other in a loving way that will make you want to stop and take a picture. Then you turn your back for a moment and screams, screeches, scratching and hissing is going on. You have a cat fight on your hands! There are many reasons why cats fight. The important thing…

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Diabetes In Cats

How To Distinguish Diabetes In Cats   Diabetes in cats is similar to type 2 diabetes in humans. While the disease itself is treatable most of the time, unfortunately, when the symptoms are missed or ignored the diagnosis comes too late for long-term effective treatments. That being said, it is possible for a cat with diabetes to live a great and happy life. The onset of the symptoms of diabetes is usually slow and is thought to occur over a period of months. The incidence of diabetes in felines is higher for cats that are older than 7 years of…

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