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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Diabetes in Cats

Inactivity and obesity can lead to a higher risk of diabetes. We explore the causes of feline diabetes and give advice to help lower the risk for your cat.
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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.
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What is Cat Flu and How Do I Treat it?

If your cat is sneezing, has a runny nose or is squinting its eyes a lot, chances are it is suffering from something called cat flu - a viral infection that is easily spread from one feline to the next.

PetsBeHonest App Launch!

  We are very excited to announce the launch of what we hope will help every pet owner out there with our PetsBeHonest Health...
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Obesity in Cats. Is Your Cat Overweight?

We explore the health risks associated with obesity in cats and offer some useful tips for improving your cat's health and wellbeing.
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Ear Infections in Cats

We explore the importance of proper ear care for cats and provide tips to help keep your cat's ears clean and free from infection.
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.

Why Does My Cat Still Have Fleas?

Fleas are a problem for most of our pets. We have everything you need to know about fleas, flea products, and how to keep them under control.
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Why Does My Cat Drink More Water?

There are many reasons a cat may drink and pee more, of which the chart toppers are kidney or liver disease, overactive thyroid glands, and sugar diabetes. But thirst can occur for other reasons, not all of which are worrying.
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Does Your Cat Need to Drink More Water?

We all know cats are not good water drinkers. They always seem to be hovering right on the brink of dehydration. We have some tips to get them drinking water.

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