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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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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.
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Cat Allergies

Does your cat have an itch it just can't scratch? Explore the common causes of allergies in cats and the various options for managing reactions.
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Regular Vet Checks for Your Cat

Regular visits to the vet can significantly improve the early diagnosis and treatment of issues which may impact on your cat's health.
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Why Won’t My Cat Use the Litter Tray?

Having trouble getting your cat to use the litter tray? A common misconception is that cats do this as revenge, but the problem is not as simple as that.
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What To Do if you See a Tick

Found a mysterious creepy crawly thing on your pet? Wondering whether to panic? Let's talk about ticks, those tiny little creatures that can be so dangerous to your pet.
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First Aid Guide for Cats

When it comes to preparing for an emergency, most of us have a collection of first aid items on hand to use in case of an injury or illness.  It should be no different for your cat. 
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Desexing Cats is More Common than we Think

Desexing can prevent the production of many kittens that may not find a home and it is an important part of keeping your cat healthy.

My Cat Won’t Eat! What Should I Do?

Helping your cat to like a new food or transition onto a special diet, or perhaps even eat when he may be a little under the weather or unable to smell can be a challenge. Here we share some hints and tips to encourage your cat to eat.
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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.
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Skin Problems in Cats. Common Causes and Treatment

If your cat has sore or scabby skin, get her seen by a vet. Skin disease is a strong sign that something is wrong, be that with the skin itself or as a complication of another problem.

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