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What Does Catnip Do to Cats [Is Catnip Safe for Cats]

We humans have something that we crave for, something that will make you do something extraordinary just to get it. Like going to the supermarket at 2 AM just to get pizza. Cats also seem to have caught up with the human cravings, and they have cravings too: Catnip.  Catnip is a feline attractant that turns a lazy […]

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  • Jan
  • a couple of weeks ago

Vomiting Cat-Why is my Cat Vomiting and How to Fix It.

You have just come home from work, and you notice something smelling baaaaad! You are not sure what that might be, but you see a pool of muck just across the door. Yuck! Smells even worse, its cat’s puke! Could be a yellowish, brownish or whitish thick substance. Has this happened to you at one […]

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  • Jan
  • a couple of weeks ago

Cat Diarrhea Treatment: My Cat Has Diarrhea But Seems Fine

Although your cat might not be able to tell you how they feel, we can certainly say that they don’t enjoy a diarrhea episode. Monitoring your cat will help you determine their actual health status. Frequent assessment of your cat’s litter can help to detect the early signs of cat diarrhea. \ If you are using […]

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  • Jenny
  • a couple of weeks ago

Heavy Breathing Cat (Dyspnea): Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Strenuous exercise, anxiety, stress and excess heat can cause heavy breathing in cats but it should resolve itself after a few minutes or rest.  However, unlike other canines, felines are not prone to panting and heavy breathing and could be a symptom of an underlying health problem like cardiovascular disease. Be observant and monitor your cat’s […]

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  • Jan
  • a couple of weeks ago

Cat Won’t Drink Water! How to Entice Her to Drink Enough Water

Although cats are self-sufficient, you should always make sure they drink enough water to keep their organs active. If your cat won’t drink water, she will likely to suffer from health complications, forcing you to make frequent visits to your vet. Symptoms of dehydration in cats include constipation, dry mouth, sunken eyes, poor capillary refill time, […]

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  • Jan
  • a couple of weeks ago
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