Category Archives: Health Conditions

Senior Cats

Signs of reaching Senior status for a cat is different for each cat, same as in humans. Things to watch for,¬†you know your cat best — do you notice any of the following: sleeping more than usual? Not wanting to climb the cat condo as much? Any difficulty grooming the “hard to reach” areas? Difficulty going up or down the …Read more »

Eye Health for Cats

Cats’ normal vision is superior to humans, but they are also susceptible to many of the conditions that affect our vision. Cataracts (opacity of the lens),left untreated, can lead to glaucoma. Glaucoma (increased pressure within the eye) is one of the most prevalent causes of blindness in cats. Tumors Eye tumors include Iris Melanoma, tumors of the eyelid, and other …Read more »

Cleaning Cats Ears

You may need to clean your cat’s ears as a preliminary to administering medication for mites, or just as a part of regular grooming. Ear Afflictions: Ear mites are common parasites that are highly contagious among pets. Ear infections are usually caused by bacteria, yeast or foreign debris caught in the ear canal. Blood blisters (hematoma) are the result of …Read more »

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