Sooner or later, everybody’s cat produces some form of yucky stuff: vomit, hairballs, diarrhea, and poop. Learning how to deal with these vile substances is just part of the job.
Cats often give warning signs that they are about to vomit, whether what’s coming up is food or hairballs. Some cats […]
There’s no reason to struggle after the veterinarian sends you home with some unpleasant instructions and medication for your cat. In this section you’ll get tips to help deal with giving pills, applying eye ointments, cleaning ears, and taking her temperature.
The best time to give treatments is when your cat is […]
Don’t gamble with your cat’s health. While it is important to treat cat diseases as soon as you recognize the symptoms, it’s best to leave the diagnosis and treatment to a veterinarian. This section will help you determine whether your cat may be sick. If you have any doubt about your cat’s health, call […]
When it comes to grooming, cats are pretty good at taking care of themselves. But because he’s living indoors, your cat will need some help with grooming. Claws need to be trimmed and hair needs to be brushed. Grooming him once in a while can help keep your home nice and your cat happy. […]
Touch is one of the most powerful tools you have to prolong the health and well-being of your cat. Your hands can heal, soothe, teach trust, and stimulate appetite. But if you try to handle a cat at the wrong time or in the wrong way, you could get hurt. This section is about […]
When you think your cat won’t listen or has a behavior problem, the first question to ask yourself is, “What does he eat?” Nutrition directly affects a cat’s ability to listen, to behave well, and to be healthy. A healthful diet is part of the long-term solution for any behavior problem.
Diet and […]