Tag Archives: cat health

11 Cat Emergencies That Need Immediate Veterinary Attention

15 Jul

The following list is designed to help you recognize feline emergencies that always warrant an immediate trip to the vet.

via 11 Cat Emergencies That Need Immediate Veterinary Attention | Catster.

Holistic Treatments for FIV Positive Cats – The Conscious Cat

27 Jun

Since the FIV virus attacks the cat’s immune system, immune support is one of the most important aspects of caring for FIV positive cats. In many ways, FIV+ cats need to be treated like humans with compromised immune systems.

via Holistic Treatments for FIV Positive Cats – The Conscious Cat.

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus

13 Jun

Feline immunodeficiency virus is also referred to as feline fiv, fiv, feline aids, feline aids virus, and cat aids.

via Feline Immunodeficiency Virus.

10 Subtle Signs Your Cat May Be Sick

11 Jun

Cat guradians often don’t realize that problems can develop slowly and cats don’t show symptoms until a disease is already advanced.

via 10 Subtle Signs Your Cat May Be Sick – The Conscious Cat.

Keep Your Kitties Safe from these 10 Potential Toxins

11 Jun

Keep Your Kitties Safe from these 10 Potential Toxins | Fur the Love of Pets.

Prevention key with feline heartworm disease

10 Jun

Most dog owners are aware that infected mosquitoes can transmit deadly heartworm disease to dogs, but fewer people know the disease can affect cats as well.

via U of I pet column: Prevention key with feline heartworm disease – The Daily Journal: Local Columnists.

Obesity in Cats … and What to do About an Overweight Cat | petMD

14 May

Overweight and actually obese cats outnumber cats of normal weight and are being seen more and more commonly by veterinarians for various disorders. In fact, obesity in cats can predispose the cat to diabetes, hepatic lipidosis and arthritis.

via Obesity in Cats … and What to do About an Overweight Cat | petMD.

Immunocompromised Patients and Cats

12 May

 

Immunocompromised Patients and Cats – Cats.Answers.com.

By following simple, common sense guidelines, immunocompromised patients can minimize the risk of infection without having to give up their feline family members.

Toxoplasmosis and “Cat Ladies” in the News Again. What Are the Facts?

5 Jul

Still – how do you explain that there are 90 million pet cats in America, and an estimated over 500 million around the globe. Yet, there isn’t one verified published report of a suicide directly related to toxoplasmosis, let alone T. gondii transmitted via a cat.

via The CATalyst: Toxoplasmosis and “Cat Ladies” in the News Again. What Are the Facts?.

Veterinary Medicine: 4 case reports of household toxicity

20 Jun

This week, 4 case reports of “household” toxicities in dogs and cats. A good reminder to pet-proof the house by storing potential poisons out of reach and throwing out those expired medications.

via Veterinary Medicine.

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