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6 Most Common Cat Health Problems WebMD

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1. Vomiting. Vomiting is a very common problem with cats with a multitude of causes. They range from eating something poisonous or inedible (like string), to infection, urinary tract disease, or diabetes to hairballs.
2. Feline Lower Urinary Tract Diseases (FLUTD) Some estimates say as many as 3% of cats seen by vets have feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD), which is actually a group of feline diseases with multiple causes.
3. Fleas. Fleas are a very common external feline health problem. But it's one you can easily treat. Signs your cat has fleas include: Flea dirt on its skin (they look like tiny black dots)
4. Tapeworms. One of the most common feline health problems inside your cat, tapeworms live in kitty's small intestine and sometimes grow as long as 2 feet.
5. Diarrhea. Many things can cause diarrhea in cats, including intestinal parasites, spoiled food, allergies, infection, liver disease, cancer, and more.
6. Eye Problems. Eye problems in cats can be caused by a number of things, including conjunctivitis, corneal ulcer, cataracts, glaucoma, trauma, viruses, inflammation, and retinal disease.
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Cat Health Symptoms Listed AtoZ WebMD

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6 hours agoWebMD provides comprehensive cat health information covering a wide variety of symptoms affecting your pet.

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Common Cat Diseases ASPCA

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1. Cancer. Cancer is a class of diseases in which cells grow uncontrollably, invade surrounding tissue and may spread to other areas of the body. As with people, cats can get various kinds of cancer.
2. Diabetes. Diabetes in cats is a complex disease caused by either a lack of the hormone insulin or an inadequate response to insulin. After a cat eats, her digestive system breaks food into various components, including glucose—which is carried into her cells by insulin.
3. Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) Cats infected with feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) may not show symptoms until years after the initial infection occurred.
4. Feline Leukemia Virus (FelV) First discovered in the 1960s, feline leukemia virus is a transmittable RNA retrovirus that can severely inhibit a cat’s immune system.
5. Heartworm. Spread by infected mosquitoes, heartworm is increasingly being recognized as an underlying cause of health problems in domestic cats. Cats are an atypical host for heartworms.
6. High-Rise Syndrome. Many pet parents eagerly open their windows to enjoy the weather during the summer months. Unfortunately, unscreened windows pose a real danger to cats, who fall out of them so often that the veterinary profession has a name for the complaint—High-Rise Syndrome.
7. Rabies. Rabies is a viral disease that affects the brain and spinal cord of all mammals, including cats, dogs and humans. This preventable disease has been reported in every state except Hawaii.
8. Ringworm. Although the name suggests otherwise, ringworm isn’t caused by a worm at all—but a fungus that can infect the skin, hair and nails. Not uncommon in cats, this highly contagious disease can lead to patchy, circular areas of hair loss with central red rings.
9. Upper Respiratory Infections. A cat’s upper respiratory tract—the nose, throat and sinus area—is susceptible to infections caused by a variety of viruses and bacteria.
10. Worms. Cats can acquire a variety of intestinal parasites, including some that are commonly referred to as “worms.” Infestations of intestinal worms can cause a variety of symptoms.

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Feline Health Topics Cornell University College of

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1 hours agoFeline Health Topics The Cornell Feline Health Center offers a variety of articles, brochures, and videos online for cat owners and enthusiasts alike. Below you will find links to articles and brochures that help answer frequently asked questions as well as links to videos that demonstrate how to groom, medicate, and care for your cat.

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Cat Health Conditions Listed AtoZ

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8 hours agoFading Kitten Syndrome. Feline Immunodeficiency (FIV) Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) Flea Bite Dermatitis.

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Feline Skin Diseases Cornell University College of

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2 hours agoSuggested Articles The Challenge of Skin Disorders Eosinophilic Granuloma Complex Food Allergies Cats that Lick Too Much Skin diseases, or dermatopathies, are relatively common in cats. Studies indicate that between 6 and 15 percent of feline patients have at least one dermatopathy and many cats suffer from more than one. Among cats presented to the dermatology service at the Cornell

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Most Common Feline Health Problems PetFirst Pet Insurance

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7 hours agoBy knowing the basics of feline health and understanding the common ailments cats experience, you can provide the best possible pet health care for your feline. To start, the following are some of the most common cat health issues that you should watch out for. Illness: Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) Symptoms: Difficult urination

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Feline Behavior Guidelines AAFP

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2 hours agoDespite continued advances in feline health care,behavior problems are still the most com-mon cause of euthanasia in pet cats.1 Behavior problems, including normal cat behavior that clients consider unacceptable, cause decreased quality of life for cats and their owners. Behavior problems often lead to family stress,

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The 3 Most Fatal Feline Health Problems VetInfo

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1. Feline Leukemia Virus. The feline leukemia virus, or FeLV, is said to be the top infectious disease to kill cats in the United States. FeLV destroys a cat's immune system, causing cancer, anemia or other diseases that can make a cat ill.
2. Feline Infectious Peritonitis. A cat can acquire feline infectious peritonitis, or FIP, in areas that are moist (such as a garden), as this is where the virus thrives.
3. Feline Immunodeficiency Virus. The feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is similar to HIV in humans. There are no vaccines cats can have to prevent this disease, but veterinarians are able to test a cat to see if he carries the virus.

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18 Signs That Your Cat Is Sick The Spruce Pets

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1. Vomiting is not normal in cats. Some people think it's ok for a cat to vomit every few days, but it's not. Things like rare vomiting or the occasional hairball are not concerns.
2. Diarrhea may indicate dietary indiscretion, intestinal parasites, and a variety of other problems. Left untreated, diarrhea can lead to dehydration and further intestinal inflammation.
3. Loss of appetite can be normal for cats but it still should not be ignored. If your cat skips the occasional meal but otherwise eats normally, then you should watch closely for trends.
4. Increased appetite may also be a concern, especially if it comes on suddenly in an older cat. Hypothyroidism may be the explanation, but your vet will need to run tests to be sure.
5. Weight changes in cats are always concerning, whether it's gain or loss. Either might be a sign of an underlying health problem. Weight loss is more urgent in the short term whereas weight gain is usually more harmful over time.
6. Lethargy is a sign of a problem, even if it's subtle. Contact your vet if your cat seems to be lying around a lot, sleeping more than usual, or just generally has a low energy level.
7. Increased thirst can mean many things in cats. Most often it means there is a problem with the kidneys or urinary tract. Many owners never even see their cats drink water.
8. Changes in urination are always important to address. They often indicate a urinary tract issue or kidney problem. If you notice a change in frequency or quantity of urine, inappropriate urination, or blood in the urine, schedule a vet appointment.
9. Changes in breathing like wheezing, rapid breathing, shortness of breath, and raspy breathing should never be ignored. If your cat is not breathing normally, it may be best to go to an emergency clinic.
10. Discharge from eyes or nose indicates a possible upper respiratory infection. This can make your cat feel ill and stop eating. It may be contagious to other cats in your home.

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Cat Health Problems: An Overview of Common Feline Health

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5 hours agoCauses of cat health problems. A bunch of reasons can be the source of health issues in cats. However, the following causes represent the leading origins of cat health problems. Infections. Viral, bacterial, parasitic, and fungal infections are responsible for most of the feline health problems. Surroundings

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Cat Health Center Cat Care and Information from WebMD

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9 hours agoWelcome to the new WebMD Cat Health Center. WebMD veterinary experts provide comprehensive information about cat health care, offer nutrition and feeding tips, and help you identify illnesses in cats.

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An Introduction to Feline Illnesses and other Cat Health

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3 hours agoAn Introduction to Feline Illnesses and other Cat Health Problems This introduction to Feline Illnesses and Feline Medications discusses why cats get sick and what can be done to help them. Further down the page, you will find a table of all the major cat diseases which will …

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Feline Health Problems and How to Address Them Naturally

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3 hours agoFeline health problems are on the increase, at an alarming rate. This phenomena seems at odds with all the amount spent on veterinary research and on all the pet foods that veterinarians assure you are the best and the healthiest. What’s going on?

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Feline Health Problems FamilyEducation

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Just NowFeline Health Problems. Not all illnesses are contagious, of course. Let's take a look at noninfectious health problems that can affect some cats. Cat Allergies. Cats cause allergic reactions in many people (see Cats and Allergies), so I guess it's only fair that cats can suffer from allergies, too. Let's look at the most common feline

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Cat Illness Warning Signs: What Symptoms to Look For

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1. General Signs of Cat Illness. Coughing. Sneezing. Nasal Discharge. Drooling. Lethargy. Fever. Excessive vomiting. Blood in vomit. Evidence of worms in vomit. Any signs of pain or tenderness.
2. Changes in Appetite or Thirst. Difficulty chewing or eating or swallowing. Loss of appetite. Increased thirst. Failure to drink. Hovering over the drinking bowl but refusing to drink.
3. Problems with Urination and Defecation. Blood in urine. Difficulty urinating* Excessive Urination (combined with excessive thirst) Howling or crying out when using the litter box.
4. Behavioral Changes. As I've mentioned elsewhere (and I can't stress this enough). A significant change in your cat's behavior or habits could be a medical problem and warrants a vet visit.
5. Eye Problems. Clear, bright eyes are often a sign of good health. They may also be a sign of youth. In contrast, as a cat ages, the eyes tend to look more cloudy or hazy.
6. Mouth Problems. Ulceration of the mouth. Bad breath. Pallor of lips and gums. Abnormal growths.
7. Skin and Hair Issues. Skin growths. Oily appearance to the skin and coat. Dandruff or skin flaking or scaling. Lumps or nodules under the skin. Any kind of swelling.
8. More about Cat Illnesses. Cat health problems are many and varied, and feline illness symptoms, like that in humans, often overlap. Your cat can develop bacterial infections and viruses such as a cold or flu just like you can.

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Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) Cornell University

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5 hours agoSuggested Articles On the lookout for FIV Ask Elizabeth: Can I catch FIV from my cat? Feline Vision Problems: A Host of Possible Causes Lung Ailments: A Widespread Source of Feline Woe Squamous Cell Cancer Spaying and Neutering Neurological Disorders Feline Vaccines: Benefits and Risks Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is one of the most common and consequential infectious diseases of cats

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A Z Of Cat Diseases And Health Problems Pdf Books

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1 hours agoA Z of Cat Diseases and Health Problems . Download or Read online A Z of Cat Diseases and Health Problems full in PDF, ePub and kindle. This book written by Bradley Viner and published by Howell Books which was released on 17 September 1998 with total pages 255.

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CAT HEALTH QUESTIONS Ask The Cat Doctor

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5 hours agoIf You Have A Cat Health Question, chances are that someone, more likely many cat owners, have had the same question.. One way to find out is to look at the menu bar to the left and select the page that has the same general title as the question you have.Questions and answers about that topic will be at the bottom of that particular page from newest to oldest.

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8 Common Cat Behavior and Health Problems and Solutions

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3 hours ago8 Common Cat Problems and Their Solutions. Litter box issues. This is "numero uno by far" of problems people report with their cats, says Linda P. Case, MS, author of The Cat: Its Behavior, Nutrition, and Health. And no wonder. It can be extremely frustrating when your kitty decides that the litter box is off-limits.

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Common Questions About Cat Health: Tongue Color, Sneezing

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8 hours agoCommon irritants include: Although don't let sneezing go ignored as there might be a more severe issue, such as feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), feline leukemia virus (FeLV), chlamydia, or Bordetella. Although most likely, your cat will have other symptoms that may indicate a more severe illness.

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What To Do About Common Urinary Problems in Cats PetMD

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Just NowThis is especially true if your cat's litter box has high sides easily or if the litter box is found on a second or third floor. Helping Cats with Urinary Problems. Often the most important aspect of helping your cat is detecting the problem at an early stage when treatment is more likely to be successful.

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International Cat Care The ultimate resource on feline

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1 hours agoWe do this by providing cat owners, veterinary professionals and those that live and work with cats with the resources, support and advice they need to care better for their cats. The International Society of Feline Medicine is the veterinary division of International Cat Care and provides a worldwide resource for veterinarians on feline

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Cat Health Problems YouTube

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2 hours agoShare your videos with friends, family, and the world

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8 Best Cat Foods for Kidney Disease in 2021 Reviews

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1. Blue Buffalo Natural Veterinary Diet Kidney Grain-Free Dry Cat Food – Best Overall. Blue Buffalo is well-known for its high-quality cat food. However, they also have a veterinary line for specific health conditions, like their Blue Buffalo Natural Veterinary Diet Kidney Grain-Free Dry Cat Food.
2. Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets Kidney Function Canned Cat Food – Best Value. If you need a cheaper option, you may want to consider Purina Pro Plan Veterinary Diets Kidney Function Canned Cat Food.
3. Royal Canin Renal Support D Canned Cat Food – Premium Choice. Cats with kidney disease often have lower appetites, so Royal Canin Renal Support D Canned Cat Food is made to be highly palatable.
4. Hill’s Prescription Diet Kidney Care Cat Food. Hill’s Prescription Diet Kidney Care Cat Food might be a good choice for many cats if you need to choose dry food for whatever reason.
5. Hill’s Prescription Diet Kidney Care Canned Cat Food. Hill’s Prescription Diet Kidney Care Canned Cat Food is an average food for cats with kidney disease.
6. Hill’s Prescription Diet k/d Kidney Care + Mobility Care with Chicken & Vegetable Stew Canned Cat Food. Senior cats often have all sorts of problems. If your cat has kidney disease and mobility problems, the Hill’s Prescription Diet k/d Kidney Care + Mobility Care with Chicken & Vegetable Stew Canned Cat Food may be a suitable option.
7. Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Renal Support D Thin Slices in Gravy Canned Cat Food. The recommended diet for renal disease is quite similar to kidney support diets.
8. Weruva Truluxe Grain-Free Canned Cat Food. While Weruva Truluxe Grain-Free Canned Cat Food is sometimes recommended for kidney disease, it isn’t designed for kidney disease.

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Expert Cat Health Care, Cat Behavior, Cat Litter and Cat Fun

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Just NowExpert Cat Health Care, Cat Behavior, Cat Litter, and Cat Fun Looking for the Right answers to Cat Health problems, Cat Behavior problems, Cat Care, or simply some Really Fun Stuff about Cats? Your questions will be answered here. Alfred, Miss Patches Marie Kitty and Pretty Baby Kitty along with

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BioInappropriate: The Dangers of Dry Cat Food

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1 hours agoSimply that it is carb-laden and dry is enough to make it a terrible choice for cats. The carbs take the place of healthy meat-derived protein and fats that are vital for an obligate carnivore. All of these factors make dry foods detrimental to health. ¹. The problems with dry food are: Low moisture content. High in …

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A Diet for Your Cat's Urinary and Kidney Health

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7 hours agoFeline Lower Urinary Tract Disease. Water intake affects more than just a cat's kidneys, and kidney function plays a role in other urinary problems. As obligate carnivores, the normal instinctual diet of cats consists of prey animals that are high in protein, have moderate amounts of fat, and little if any carbohydrate.

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Cat Health Site Inner Page

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3 hours agoPine is also recommended for cats with asthma or respiratory issues since it is dust free. For some cat health problems, a veterinarian will recommend a specific type and brand of litter: Clay Cat Litter. If you prefer clay litter we suggest trying Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat Ultra which has low levels of dust. Look for labels that say 99% dust free.

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Cat Health

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6 hours agoBeing informed about the health of your cat will allow you to take better care of your feline friend. Here you will find articles on popular cat health topics: Smelly Cat. Article Count: 1. …

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Holistic Cat Care and Natural Remedies

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Just NowWhat Holistic Vets Teach About Cat's Health. Dr. Alicia McWatters, PhD - "Your cats skin and coat reflects its internal health.A feline skin or coat problem often originates from a nutrient deficiency or an inability to properly digest and assimilate nutrients.

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Natural Cat Care Blog

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5 hours agoWelcome, cat lover! My name is Liz and this blog is devoted to the health and happiness of cats and their delightful, creative, intelligent, busy humans. I'm a writer and artist with a holistic nutritionist background who has always been inexplicably obsessed with felines. I seek to save cat lovers time and heartache and to celebrate our "soul

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How to Identify a Feline Illness EzineArticles

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4 hours agoFeline health problems can be complex and may require lab tests so it's best left to the professionals. Preventing Feline Illness. Prevention is the best medicine. Of course it's not possible to completely prevent a health condition but you can at least help reduce the chances of your cat contracting a feline illness.

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Cat Health & Behavior – Feline Advice from Cat Experts

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6 hours agoFeline Facts and Cat Health Issues. On the cat health page button you can find detailed and researched articles about the most common medical problems. Remember we are not veterinarians and that the scope of do-it-yourself treatment of cats is very limited. If there is any doubt at all about a pets health or behavior problems a professional

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Client Information Brochures Cornell University College

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9 hours agoIntroducing our two newest brochures: What to Expect When Adopting a Feline Friend, and Destructive Behavior: These brochures highlight some of the natural behaviors of cats, common health issues to be aware of, and the responsibilities of cat ownership, so that those considering adopting a feline friend can be better prepared when taking this important, loving step. Thanks to generous support

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Cat Care Grooming Nutrition Disease Behavior ASPCA

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9 hours agoWe’ve got you covered. Our ASPCA veterinarians and behaviorists offer up tips, solutions and answers to some of your most frequently asked feline questions to keep your kitty happy and healthy. Fun DIY projects that will help keep you and your cat entertained and busy.

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Cat Health Help and Advice for Care Cats Protection

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6 hours agoHelp and advice. Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates from Cats Protection. Getting a cat. Neutering, vaccinations and microchipping. Pregnancy and kitten care. Cat behaviour. Lost, found and feral cats. Cats and your family.

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Cat health Wikipedia

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Just NowSkin disorders are among the most common health problems in cats and have many causes. The condition of a cat's skin and coat can be an important indicator of its general health. Cheyletiellosis is a mild dermatitis caused by mites of the genus Cheyletiella. It is also known as walking dandruff due to skin scales being carried by the mites

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Cat Health Petfinder

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2 hours agoby Petfinder. Callie Harris, DVM, Nestle Purina Pet Care Cats master the picture of good health so it’s hard to tell when an illness is serious. Cat diarrhea is one of those conditions. Acute diarrhea is common and can be self-limiting but If it lasts longer than 24 hours it may be a sign of a health problem and the diarrhea ….

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Sphynx Cat Breed Information Vetstreet

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6 hours agoAll cats have the potential to develop genetic health problems, just as all people have the potential to inherit a particular disease. Any breeder who claims that her breed has no health or genetic problems is either lying or is not knowledgeable about the breed.

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Caring for Senior Cats Dealing with Older Cat Health

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Published: Nov 19, 2019
1. Pay Extra Attention to Your Senior Cat’s Diet. Senior cats have unique dietary and behavioral needs. It is more important than ever for your cat to be a healthy weight to maintain optimum health.
2. Increase Your Cat’s Access to Water. As cats age, they are prone to constipation and kidney disease, especially if they are not staying hydrated enough.
3. Know and Keep an Eye Out for the Subtle Signs of Pain in Cats. Cats are masters at hiding their pain. As many as nine out of 10 senior cats show evidence of arthritis when X-rayed, yet most of us with senior cats have no idea.
4. Don’t Neglect Your Cat’s Dental Health. Dental disease is very common in aging cats. Cats can get painful holes in their teeth, broken teeth, gum disease and oral tumors that significantly affect their quality of life.
5. Give Senior Cats Daily Exercise and Mental Stimulation. Environmental enrichment is an essential part of your cat’s quality of life. All cats need places to climb, places to hide, things to scratch, and ways to hunt and play.
6. Don’t Skimp on Biannual Vet Visits. Finally, and most importantly, maintaining a good relationship with your veterinarian is critical when discussing care and quality of life for your cat in their senior years.

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10 common pet health problems and how much they cost

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1. Joint injuries. 2013 cost: $3,142. 2016 cost: $3,456. Increase rate: 10 percent. Knee ligament problems are common issues in certain dog breeds such as cocker spaniels, poodles and rottweilers.
2. Cancer. 2013 cost: $1,794. 2016 cost: $2,039. Increase rate: 14 percent. Cancer can be a heartbreaking and costly experience for pet owners. Treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy used for humans are also available for animals.
3. Swallowing foreign objects. 2013 cost: $1,715. 2016 cost: $1,728. Increase rate: 0.75 percent. Anyone who has ever owned a puppy knows that they excel at finding all sorts of objects to chew -- and swallow -- such as socks or chicken wings.
4. Lameness. 2013 cost: $852. 2016 cost: $986. Increase rate: 16 percent. "Gait disturbances" in dogs may indicate a variety of orthopedic problems, including hip dysplasia.
5. Intestinal problems. 2013 cost: $777. 2016 cost: $857. Increase rate: 10 percent. Stomach and intestinal disorders may indicate a host of problems in dogs, ranging from ulcers to parasites to kidney issues.
6. Periodontal disease. 2013 cost: $783. 2016 cost: $850. Increase rate: 9 percent. According to the American Veterinary Dental College, periodontal disease is the most common ailment in dogs and cats.
7. Allergies. 2013 cost: $746. 2016 cost: $803. Increase rate: 8 percent. Dogs, like humans, can experience food allergies, which can trigger symptoms ranging from chronic ear inflammation to chronic gas to licking their feet.
8. Urinary tract infection. 2013 cost: $515. 2016 cost: $601. Increase rate: 17 percent. Pets experience a wide range of urological problems, including bladder stones, bacterial infections and chronic kidney disease.
9. Skin disorders. 2013 cost: $460. 2016 cost: $520. Increase rate: 13 percent. Veterinarians recognize more than 160 skin disorders in dogs, ranging from chronic dermatitis to cancer.
10. Ear infections. 2013 cost: $357. 2016 cost: $409. Increase rate: 15 percent. Ear infections in dogs are caused by a wide variety of issues, such as harmful bacteria, excessive hair and moisture.

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8 Best Cat Foods For Urinary Health LOL Cats

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1. Nom Nom Chicken Chow Meow. Protein: 18% Min. Fat: 4% Min. Fiber: 0.8% Max. Moisture: 73% Max. Caloric Content: 1194 (kcal/kg) Pros. Moisture-rich.
2. Tiki Cat Hana Grill Ahi Tuna with Crab in Tuna Consomme Grain-Free Canned Cat Food. Protein: 18.4% Min. Fat: 2.3% Min. Fiber: 0% Max. Moisture: 77% Max.
3. Smalls Cat Food. Protein: 21.2% Min. Fat: 8.05% Min. Fiber: 0.4% Max. Moisture: 66.1% Max. Caloric Content: 550 kcal/package. Pros. Fresh chicken (thigh and breast) as first two ingredients.
4. Purina Pro Plan Focus Adult Urinary Tract Health Formula Chicken Entree in Gravy Canned Cat Food. Protein: 12% Min. Fat: 3.5% Min. Fiber: 30.2% Max.
5. Wysong Epigen 90 Starch-Free Formula Grain-Free Dry Dog & Cat Food. Protein: 63% Min. Fat: 16% Min. Fiber: 3% Max. Moisture: 10% Max. Caloric Content: 445 kcal/cup.
6. Blue Buffalo Natural Veterinary Diet W+U Weight Management + Urinary Care Grain-Free Dry Cat Food. Protein: 38% Min. Fat: 11% Min. Fiber: 13% Max.
7. Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet Grain-Free Pate Real Turkey Recipe Natural Wet Canned Cat Food. Protein: 11.5% Min. Fat: 7% Min. Fiber: 2% Max.
8. Hill's Science Diet Adult Urinary Hairball Control Savory Chicken Entree Canned Cat Food. Protein: 7% Min. Fat: 3.5% Min. Fiber: 4% Max. Caloric Content: 82 kcal/2.9 oz can.

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Cat nutrition for cat health problems Royal Canin

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5 hours agoSkin and coat concerns, and stomach and intestinal upsets are among the top reasons owners take their cat to the veterinarian. Dental tartar affects 85% of cats 3 years and older and 1 in 3 cats is overweight or obese. Our Feline Care Nutrition products were formulated to support cats with common sensitivities.

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Veterinary Diet Cat Food for Digestive Health Free

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6 hours agoShop Chewy for low prices and the best Cat Digestive Health! We carry a large selection and the top brands like Royal Canin Veterinary Diet, Royal Canin, and more. Find everything you need in one place. FREE shipping on orders $49+ and the BEST customer service!

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