Ringworm is a fungal organism that occurs in humans and in animals. While fairly benign […]
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.
Explore the common causes of arthritis in cats and methods for ensuring your feline senior citizen remains happy and pain free.
Are your cat's teeth clean? Learn more about dental care for cats and get tips to help ensure your cat has a clean and healthy mouth.
Desexing your cat will prevent the arrival of an unwanted litter of kittens and have a positive impact on their health and temperament.
Inactivity and obesity can lead to a higher risk of diabetes in cats. Learn more about feline diabetes and lower the risk for your feline friend.
Does your cat have dirty ears? Learn more about ear care for cats and get tips to keep your cat's ears clean and free from infections.
Getting enough exercise is just as important for your cat as it is for you. Explore our tips for keeping your feline friend in tip-top shape.
Fleas and ticks can cause serious health problems for your cat. Learn how you can keep your feline companion flea and tick free.
We explore the health risks associated with obesity in cats and offer some useful tips for improving your cat's health and wellbeing.
Regular visits to the vet can significantly improve early diagnosis and treatment of issues which may impact on your cat's health.
A regular vaccination schedule plays an important role in keeping your cat healthy and protects them from viral infections.
Whilst worms in cats are mostly invisible, keeping your feline companion worm free is an absolute must for their health and comfort.
If your cat is fussy, sick, elderly or you need to change foods, you may have encountered how much your cat hates change. We can help get them eating again.
Food as Play – Weight Loss Tips for Cats While many cats are perfectly content […]
Is your older cat drinking lots and leaving big puddles in the litter box? […]
So, you have been told 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?
Most cats vomit occasionally, so how do you know when to worry? This depends on […]