Does your cat have feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD)?

FLUTD, also known as feline urologic syndrome or FUS, is a common term that applies to an assortment of ailments affecting a cat’s lower urinary tract such as cystitis, infection of the urinary tract, kidney stones and the formation of crystals in the urinary tract.
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Cat Health Dangers When Vaccinated

Cat health is important. When we have a new pet in the house, most of us know that a full set of vaccinations is the first need for a new kitten. We ourselves receive many vaccinations as children against many diseases and illnesses.  However, some veterinarians are beginning to take a stand against the rate at which we vaccinate dog and cat species and consider vaccines dangerous to the animal's health.

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Cat Care 101: Keeping Your Cat Healthy and Your Home Clean

There's no question that our cats are full-fledged family members. Their loyalty, their love, and their ability to comfort us are unparalleled. Sometimes, though, their hair or odors can leave an unwelcome footprint in our homes. Just as we clean up the spills made by our kids (or our spouses!), it's up to us to clean up after our cats. Luckily, there are any number of products that make pet care a breeze.

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Play Is Important Part Of A Cat's Health

Cats need play time and not just the kind where they seem to be chasing some unidentifiable object or another member of the feline family at warp speed through the house. Cats also need interactive play. This is where your participation is needed.
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Cat health problems are difficult to trace

It is not easy to imagine that the graceful cat, that always falls standing, can have a serious health problem. Well, it does and the worst thing about it is that these problems are usually not obvious, but they can become serious. Cat food is one of the factors that can influence a feline’s health. If you do not use the right amount and composition, there can be unpleasant consequences for your cat.

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Cat Scratch Disease (Bartonella henselae Infection)

Cat scratch disease (CSD) is a bacterial disease caused by Bartonella henselae. Most people with CSD have been bitten or scratched by a cat and developed a mild infection at the point of injury. Lymph nodes, especially those around the head, neck, and upper limbs, become swollen. Additionally, a person with CSD may experience fever, headache, fatigue, and a poor appetite. Rare complications of B. henselae infection are bacillary angiomatosis and Parinaud's oculolandular syndrome.
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