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Cat Health

  • Low Cost Spay/Neuter

    Spaying or neutering your pet is great for many reasons. Learn why and how to find a low-cost clinic for your cat.

  • Stress-Free Vet Visits

    Does your cat’s claws come out when it’s time for a trip to the vet? Get tips to make your next visit stress-free.

Urinary tract infections can cause serious problems like peeing outside the litter box, pain and even death for your cat. Get the facts about treatment options and what to discuss with your vet.

As a leading cause of death in cats, kidney failure is one of the most dreaded diseases pet parents may face. Get four must-know tips from a vet to help your cat avoid this deadly disease.

Is your cat’s eye red, squinting or does it otherwise look strange? Your cat may have an eye infection and need treatment. Learn the A-Z of cat eye infections, common causes, treatments and more.

Even with a fastidious cat, life can sometimes get messy. The colon is an organ that is easy to take for granted, until something goes haywire. Find out five of the most common cat colon issues.

Karen Commings Blue, Diane Harris’s adopted stray cat, is on the list for a kidney transplant at the North Carolina State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Raleigh. The 11-year-old has undergone numerous stays in an intensive care unit after his kidneys began to fail; he’s endured intravenous fluids, subcutaneous fluids, blood transfusions, blood draws, echocardiograms, injections of Epogen® (a recombinant …

Although most cats have no reaction at all, some can have a variety of reactions to vaccines. Learn what problems are associated with vaccines and whether or not you should vaccinate your cat.

Check out these tips for a healthy cat in relation to sneezing, dehydration, obesity, feces elimination, diarrhea, strings, hairballs and injuries from falls.

Despite your best efforts, your cat may never totally relax on trips to the vet. Find out how to teach a cat to relax during every step of a vet visit.

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