Vomiting in cats: causes and treatment
Vomiting in cats: causes and treatment
27.08.2014 / Comments (0)

 In case cat’s vomit is bloody, yellowish or contains particles of food, bile or mucus –something is wrong with your pet’s body. On the other hand, cats can easily make themselves vomit to get rid of “heavy stomach” feeling. The main task of the owner in this case is to be able to tell pathology from the natural desire to clear the stomach and to know possible causes of vomiting in cats for rendering timely help.

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Ringworm in cats
Ringworm in cats
19.08.2014 / Comments (0)

 Mycelium of most species of pathogenic fungi look like finest woven, rough or smooth, coated or covered with thorns with spiral twisted ends. There are more than five hundred species of yeast and mold fungus, affecting both animals and humans. Ringworm (lichen or tinea) in cats is the collective name of infections caused by various species of fungi, in particular Microsporum and Trichophyton.

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Cystitis in cats: symptoms and treatment
Cystitis in cats: symptoms and treatment
05.08.2014 / Comments (0)

 Cystitis in cats is one of the diseases that are deceitful, difficult to treat and prone to relapse. In this case both pets and their owners suffer: pets are exhausted by constant pain, and owners are tired of useless efforts, bad smell, cat’s urine on the floor and obsessive thoughts that tedious and long-term cystitis treatment in cats often leads to mercy killing. How to protect your cat from this dangerous disease and what should you do in order therapy had the desired effect?

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Worms in cats
Worms in cats
01.08.2014 / Comments (0)

 They can be found everywhere: in the grass, sand, fish and meat, fruits and vegetables, in the water and even in the air. If you inspect the nearest flower bed under a microscope - insomnia for at least one night is guaranteed. Worms in cats, even in those living indoors, eating high quality dry feed and never walking outdoors – is a usual thing. And what about cats having regular walks?

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Distemper in cats (feline panleukopenia)
Distemper in cats (feline panleukopenia)
28.07.2014 / Comments (0)

 Panleukopenia, viral enteritis or distemper in cats is a deadly disease. Without treatment it leads to death of pet in 90% of cases. The FPV is extremely viable, resistant to freezing, heating and conventional disinfectant liquids, and may survive in the external environment for more than a year. Therefore, it is extremely important to prevent infection and immediately consult your veterinarian in any suspected case.

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Fleas in cats
Fleas in cats
22.07.2014 / Comments (0)

 A disgusting insect, with flat sides and long legs, blood-sucking and incredibly bouncy – can you imagine that? Fleas are ubiquitous parasites that can live without food for several months and propagate extremely rapidly. Fleas in cats – is a real problem, because their painful bites can be dangerous to pets. How can you help your pet get rid of these parasites forever?

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Diabetes in cats
Diabetes in cats
27.06.2014 / Comments (0)

 Diabetes is a serious disease that requires skilled and expensive treatment. Fortunately, diabetes in cats, unlike diabetes in people is treatable in most cases. However, it is important to go to the clinic on time and strictly follow all the recommendations of your vet.

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Rhinitis in cats
Rhinitis in cats
13.06.2014 / Comments (0)

 Many cat owners consider rhinitis in cats a mere trifle. “How cares about running nose? It’s not even a sickness” – say most of them as long as the cat’s condition doesn’t deteriorate. We recommend taking these signs of sickness seriously.

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Allergy in cats
Allergy in cats
06.06.2014 / Comments (0)

 1/3 of the planet population suffers from various kinds of allergies! No wonder the disease is popular among pets also - allergy in cats is one of the main reasons for visiting vet clinics. How to help your pet having detected allergy symptoms and whether it is possible to defeat the ailment?

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Obesity in cats: love to cats can be dangerous
Obesity in cats: love to cats can be dangerous
13.05.2014 / Comments (0)

 A fat cat with a shiny coat, lazily waddling from side to side makes many people feel affection and delight: “Oh, what a pretty pussy cat, it must be loved and cherished by its owner!” Fat cats and their slender female owners is a favorite subject for thousands of photographs posted on entertainment sites. Along with this cute photo gallery new sad stories about cats appear on forums: “neutering is dangerous”, “feed manufacturers should be judged”, “veterinarians are incompetent”, “my cat died of heart/liver/kidneys failure” and so on....

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Cat teeth: diseases, care and disease prevention
Cat teeth: diseases, care and disease prevention
20.02.2014 / Comments (0)

 Inflammatory processes in the oral cavity have a negative impact on the whole body. They may lead to digestion deterioration, create an additional load on the cardiovascular system and weaken the immunity of the cat. Therefore, responsible owners need to know how many teeth a cat normally has, and how to take care for the cat oral cavity, as well as what symptoms are reasons to contact your veterinarian. ...

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Poisoning in cats: symptoms and first aid
Poisoning in cats: symptoms and first aid
10.02.2014 / Comments (0)

 Poisoning in cats is a painful condition that requires immediate attention. Fortunately, most cats are very fastidious and rarely taste something inedible. However, according to the English saying - curiosity killed the cat. In order not to let this saying come true, the owner must protect the pet from hazardous substances. When the first signs of poisoning are noticed, you should seek medical advice immediately. ...

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Diarrhea in cats
Diarrhea in cats
07.02.2014 / Comments (0)

 Cats are fastidious gourmets when it comes to choosing what to eat. Therefore diarrhea in cats caused by something different from a chronic disease is a rare phenomenon, so owners must pay careful attention to the condition of their pets. In such cases it is unwise to rely on "popular” tips, entrusting the life of your pet to "Internet experts”. ...

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Kidney stone disease (urolithiasis) in cats and dogs
Kidney stone disease (urolithiasis) in cats and dogs
06.02.2014 / Comments (0)

 Kidney stone disease in cats and dogs is a scary diagnosis, frightening all pets’ owners. These words sound like a death sentence, because urolithiasis is a dangerous enemy to your pet indeed. However, it can be beaten with the right and timely treatment. ...

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Ticks in cats: ear, ixodic and subcutaneous
Ticks in cats: ear, ixodic and subcutaneous
29.01.2014 / Comments (0)

 Ticks can be found in the grass, water, soil, on the skin of birds and animals; they threaten the health of our pets every day. Ear, ixodic or itch ticks in cats – it doesn’t matter, you have to help your pet to get rid of them anyway. It would be useful to prevent your cat from catching them by protecting it with all available means. ...

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Feline calicivirus: symptoms, treatment and prevention
Feline calicivirus: symptoms, treatment and prevention
23.01.2014 / Comments (0)

 Feline calicivirus is a highly contagious disease spread all over the world. Fortunately, it is not dangerous to humans as any other species-specific infection. But cats are less fortunate in this case: if the disease is not detected in time, a pet may die. ...

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Ear disease in cats
Ear disease in cats
20.01.2014 / Comments (0)

 At first glance ear disease in cats may see not such a serious problem, like for example a viral infection. However, if you don’t start treatment promptly primitive fungus can cause deafness and even death of your pet. Responsible owner should pay attention to any symptoms indicating the illness of a cat and ask for help from a veterinarian if necessary.
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Rabies in cats
Rabies in cats
16.01.2014 / Comments (2)

 Rabies in cats leads to inevitable death. It is a terrible disease, that is, on the one hand quite rare, but on the other hand very dangerous. Rabies prevention is of extreme importance even if the pet is kept at home and never leaves your place. ...

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