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Just like us, our cats can get sick. Keep on top of your cat’s health and wellness with tips and advice written and reviewed by our Vets.

Health & Wellness

Home Cats Health & Wellness

Just like us, our cats can get sick. Keep on top of your cat’s health and wellness with tips and advice written and reviewed by our Vets.

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Flea and Tick Control for Cats

Fleas and ticks can cause some serious health problems for your feline friend. We offer our top tips and advice for keeping your cat flea and tick free.
Cat on car

Liver Disease in Cats. Common Causes, Symptoms and What to Expect

When your sick cat receives a diagnosis of ‘liver disease’, it may feel like there’s a firm explanation about what’s wrong with your fur-friend. However, what many owners don’t realize is that liver problems come in all shapes and sizes.

Why Your Dog or Cat May Have Fleas, Even if You Never See Them

Is your pet itchy but you have check over and over again and never seen a flea? Is your vet saying they have fleas but you disagree? If so, please read on.
Cat grooming itself

Hairballs and Cats: What Should I Know?

Ever wondered whether hairballs are normal and what to do about them? This very entertaining video tells us why hairballs occur and what to do about them.
cat sleeping on heater

Arthritis in Cats

We explore the common causes of arthritis in cats and methods for ensuring your feline senior citizen remains comfortable and pain free.
Old cat on a step

How Long Do Cats Live: Aging and Your Cat

The first thing to stress about aging in cats is that aging itself is not a disease. There are some normal changes that your cat will undergo.  There are also some abnormal changes that we need to pay close attention to.
cat drinking from tap

Kidney Disease in Cats

Is your older cat drinking lots and leaving big puddles in the litter box? One possible explanation is kidney disease. Here are some things you should know.
Heartworm in Cats: Why Heartworm is Worse for Cats than Dogs

Heartworm in Cats: Why Heartworm is Worse for Cats than Dogs

Is your cat at risk of heartworm? Many people answer “No!” because their cat lives indoors. But you only have to think of the annoying buzz of a mosquito around your head during the night, to know that bugs get indoors. And so yes, heartworm does affect cats, not just dogs.
cat with ball

Weight Loss Tips for Cats – Food as Play

If your cat needs a little help shedding some weight, here are some easy to follow tips for making exercise fun for cats.
Sad Cat

Cat Depression: Spot the Signs and Know How to Help

Spotting the signs of depression in cats can be challenging…which is why we’re here to help.

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