Category: Cat Health Articles

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Chest Cancer in Cats

Even though tumors of the lungs and other parts of the respiratory system are relatively uncommon in cats as they are in dogs, they can

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Intestinal Cancer in Cats

Even though it might not be as common as other types of cancer in cats, intestinal neoplasms are dangerous as they are quite frequently malignant.

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Liver Cancer in Cats

Like many other animal species, cats are more and more predisposed to getting cancer, especially as they become older. While hepatic neoplasms are less common

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Top 10 Cancers in Cats

Cancer has started to affect pets a lot more these days, especially since they live much longer compared to what they used to even 50

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Osteoporosis in Cats

Osteoporosis is a fairly common bone disorder in people, especially senior women. The condition is caused by a lack of calcium and vitamin D, and

Warbles in Cats

Warbles in Cats

Warbles, also known as Cuterebra, are fly eggs that manage to get into a cat’s or dog’s system and then migrate through the muscles in

Asthma in Cats

Asthma in Cats

Did you know that up to five percent of all cats on the planet have asthma? Although it is not as common as other respiratory

Halitosis in Cats

Halitosis in Cats

Everyone has dealt with bad breath before, but when it happens in cats, it could be something to worry about. Sure, bad breath can be

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in Cats

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy in Cats

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy is one of the most commonly encountered cardiac health issues of cats. Its causes remain unknown to this day, although some breeds are

My cat's ears are hot

Why Are My Cat’s Ears Hot

If you’ve ever noticed that your cat’s nose or ears are warmer than usual, you might be wondering whether she doesn’t have a fever. A

Can cats have Down Syndrome

Can Cats Get Down Syndrome

Down syndrome is a chromosomal abnormality that affects humans and that is transmitted genetically. But can cats get Down syndrome? We’re answering this question in