Q & A: Pass the tissues

Q: Is it normal for my diabetic cat to eat tissue paper? A: It is not normal for a cat to eat tissue paper, diabetic

Wet food for senior cats

Most cat owners have wondered at one time or another whether to choose dry food or wet food for their beloved pet – even more

Clean house, better health

Spring is here and this usually means regular spring-cleaning sessions around the house. You know it must be done, and if you need some encouragement

Seasonal allergies in pets

It’s that time of the year! Seasonal allergies can make life difficult for you and your pet. To help you, we have answer to some

Q & A: Feline teeth

Q: Should I brush my cat’s teeth? A: This is one of the most common questions asked by our feline owners. Brushing your feline friend’s

Q & A: Inappropriate toy

Q: Why is a laser light toy bad for my pets? A: Laser lights can cause significant distress to both dogs and cats, to the

Q & A: Hand attack

Q: While playing my cat sometimes bites and scratches my hand. Why does she do it? What can I do about it? A: Cats are

Q & A: The big move

Q: We’ll be moving to a new house shortly. How can I prepare our three cats for the big move? A: Moving is an extremely

Q & A: Old cat vet visits

Q: Should my cat see the vet more than once a year for a check-up as she gets older? A: The American Association of Feline

Ins and outs of a vet visit

Routine health checks are a big part of a veterinarian’s work and should also be an important aspect of your pet’s life. Routine health checks

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