Tag Archives: feline health

Q & A: Cat’s toothache

Q: Do animals feel toothache like we do? My cat has to have her teeth cleaned, and some removed, according to my vet. She doesn’t seem to be in pain though. A: It is very likely that your cat feels ...

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Q & A: Felines and needles

Q: How important is it to have my cat vaccinated? A: Vaccines contain disease-causing organisms, like viruses and bacteria that have been killed or changed in some way, so that they no longer cause disease but still stimulate your cat’s ...

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Q & A: Baby teeth

Q: How does the teething process work in kittens and puppies? A: Puppies and kittens develop sharp, needle-like teeth, at about the age of three to four weeks of age. By the age of six weeks or so, these emerging ...

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Monitor your cat’s health at home

Cats are masters at hiding how they feel, and often even hide away at times of illness or discomfort. Our handy guide will give you an indication of what to look out for to identify signs of trouble as early ...

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Deworm your cats regularly

Worms are endoparasites that live inside the body of your pet. They take up residence in your pet’s small intestine or migrate elsewhere in the body, causing disease. Worms in the digestive system feed off digested food particles or your ...

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