Cat parents frequently ask if a dry, warm nose means their cat is sick. The answer to this question is: ‘No.’ A healthy cat’s nose can vary between wet and dry several times during the course of a day. There ...Read More »
Many pet owners would admit to having lengthy conversations with their animals. They are great listeners, and they can’t spill any secrets! Unfortunately they can’t talk back to us in words, but their bodies say a lot. Animaltalk helps you ...Read More »
Purring is part of every cat’s repertoire of social communicationRead More »
Q&A: Do cats mark their territories inside the home? What can I do to discourage my cat from marking inside my home?
Q&A: Do cats mark their territories inside the home?Read More »
Q. My white cat has small sores on the tips of her ears and on the pink skin of her nose. Someone suggested it could be skin cancer.Read More »
Q. At what age should I change my cat’s food to a ‘geriatric’ diet? A. As with most dietary changes, this will depend on the individual cat and most importantly the body condition of the cat. However, food companies generally ...Read More »
Q.I have heard that dogs can become senile in old age. Is this true for cats as well?Read More »
Q & A: What could be wrong if my cat’s (two-year-old moggie) eyes seem to be watery most of the time?
What could be wrong if my cat’s (two-year-old moggie) eyes seem to be watery most of the time?Read More »
Q. Which external parasites affect our cats the most and how can I make sure my cat stays free of these? To put it in to simple terms, fleas are tiny parasites that can live for seven to 14 days ...Read More »