Monthly Archives: April 2014

Clinic Dedicated To Cat Diabetes

Royal Veterinary College Launches New Feline Diabetic Remission Clinic
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Two new research clinics recently opened that are researching cat diabetes at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in Hertfordshire. By nature cats used to have to hunt to feed themselves. Not every hunt was successful and this ensured that cats remained lean and fit. However nowadays cats are given a plate of food two or three times a day and left to couch….could this have anything to do with the cat diabetes epidemic?? We think this is an underlying cause of […]

Feline Company Relieves Stress

Feline Company Relieves Stress
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Feline Company Relieves Stress More and more people are finding that pets are better companions in more ways than one as research reveals feline company relieves stress. Although dogs take the front page news most of the time, cats are interesting feline creatures that seem to offer a remedy for relieving stress.   It is not surprising to have more news on the feline species as their presence seems to benefit their owners or anyone crossing their path. London modern […]

Understanding Cat Behavior

Understanding Cat Behavior
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Understanding Cat Behavior So you just purchased a new cat and now you will need to understand cat behavior so that you can understand how your cat acts, especially if there are strange behaviors your cat engages in that you are not familiar with. If your cat lets out a long and strained meow, it means that he is probably frustrated, tired or even angry. If the cat’s tail is high in the air during the day it means that […]

The Most Effective Natural Treatments for Cat Diabetes

The Most Effective Natural Ways of Treatments for Cat Diabetes
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The Most Effective Natural Treatments for Cat Diabetes Feline diabetes is a condition in which a cat’s pancreas does not produce the correct amount of insulin, which le ads to symptoms such as severe weight loss or gain, recurrent urinary tract infections, frequent urination and thirst.  According to a research, today approximately 1 cat out of 400 cats suffers from feline diabetes. However, the very surprising fact is that those cats, which are over seven-years-old are more prone to develop […]