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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.

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10 Simple Tips to Help Your Cat Lose Weight

So, your feline friend is a little on the "round" side. Unlike dogs, we can’t just make sure our cat is going for walks. How can we help them lose weight?
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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.
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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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Why Can’t My Cat Pee?

FLUTD or feline urinary tract disease is an umbrella term. It means that a cat has difficulty peeing. Knowing the reason could be potentially life saving.
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Cat Teeth Cleaning & Dental Care

We take a look at the importance of proper dental care for your cat and share some tips to help ensure their mouth stays clean and healthy.

Preparing for Natural Disaster or Emergency with Pets

When assembling an emergency kit, it’s vital to make sure that you’ve planned ahead and included enough food and supplies to keep your pets...
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Exercise for Cats

You're not likely to take your cat out for a jog or a long walk. But cats need exercise. We share out tips for keeping your feline friend in tip-top shape.

Why Does my Cat still have Fleas?

Could your cat have super fleas? You used a vet recommended product and yet the cat still has live fleas. Logic suggests either the fleas...
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.
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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 Can’t My Cat Pee?

FLUTD or feline urinary tract disease is an umbrella term. It means that a cat has difficulty peeing. Knowing the reason could be potentially life saving.

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