Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Top 5 Cat Symptoms

Top 5 Cat Symptoms

You know your cat and you generally know when something is wrong . These are the Top 5 Cat Symptoms that should have you thinking if they appear in your cat. Here’s a great guide with links to the original article and further information on each symptom. Read more at ‘Click Here’. She’s Stopped Eating “Dr. James R. Cook, Jr., a veterinary neurologist at Lauderdale Veterinary Specialists, warns, “Cats who suddenly stop eating will be extremely ill within 72 hours […]

How To Keep Your Cat’s Eyes Healthy


Cats can have so many eye problems and it is a shame to see that pet owners fail to understand how important it is to constantly check the eyes during check-ups. The vet will always analyze the eyes during an exam but cat owners rarely do so. The best thing you can do is inspect them right before a home grooming session. We would like to help cat owners from all around the world by offering some really simple tips […]

How Does An Indoor Cat Get Fleas?


So many cat owners are surprised to see that their indoor pet has fleas. It may seem illogical because the cat does not go out and people are used to flea problems with dogs. Unfortunately, some of the cat owners do not even realize that a cat can have fleas. How Does An Indoor Cat Get Fleas? Fleas can be brought into the house as they can get attached to your shoes. Also, they can get in through a screen […]

Cat Care After Your Death

cat care after your death

Cat Care After Your Death Having a pet cat is good health therapy for many cat owners but are there good ‘cat care after your death’ services? What would happen to the cat with the demise of its owner? This is where professional pet clinics can step in to offer their assistance to cat owners in caring for their pet cats after the owners die. Pet estate planning is common in many countries where there are a lot of pet lovers. Pet care […]

Adopting A Diabetic Cat


Unfortunately there are some owners who when they discover their cats are diabetic panic and either have the cat put down or give it to a charity to rehome. Adopting a diabetic cat is something that most people do not want to do , they would understandably prefer to have a healthy cat or kitten. However caring for a diabetic cat need not be  a daunting task as the following article explains:- “Meet Gordon, a 2-year-old tabby cat who […]