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Bayer Drontal Broad Spectrum Dewormer Review (Drontal for cats)

Bayer Drontal broad spectrum dewormer is one of the most popular and most effective dewormers for cats. Bayer is the best alternative to Prosense dewomer solution, which treats only one type of worms in cats i.e. roundworms. Bayer Drontal is highly effective in treating three different types of parasitical worms, including hookworms, tapeworms, and large roundworms. With this […]

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  • Jan
  • Updated a couple of weeks ago

Prosense Dewormer Solutions for Cats Reviews in 2020: Is it Effective?

Roundworms are a common nuisance for cats. With common symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, dull hair coat, coughing, and abnormal swelling, the quality of life of your cat will be affected. Most of the time, cats affected by roundworms tend to shed off some weight. Luckily, you can buy an over-the-counter dewormer for cats to treat this condition. […]

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  • Jan
  • Updated 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
  • Updated a couple of weeks ago

Feline Asthma Triggers, Symptoms & Treatment [Is it Fatal?]

Cat asthma is quite similar to human asthma. An asthma attack is generally characterized by difficulty in air movement in and out of the lungs due to the narrowing of the airways.Asthma is the most common respiratory infection affecting cats. Female cats are more vulnerable to asthma compared to male cats. The frequency of the cats affected […]

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  • Jenny
  • Updated a couple of weeks ago

8 Home Remedies for Cat Hairballs (Insane Tricks) in 2020

Cats enjoy licking their coat and as much as this is enjoyable for them, it poses a serious problem; cat hairballs. In the process of grooming, they swallow hair, it accumulates in the stomach and finally forms a wad. The hairballs cause discomfort to the cat and they will try to gag and vomit in order to […]

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  • Jan
  • Updated a couple of months ago