I think one of the reasons people have a hard time understanding cats is because they’re overwhelmingly non-verbal. They rely on body language to communicate with each other, other animals, and us. But sometimes, cats do make sounds; in fact, scientists believe cats can make 100 or more sounds, whereas dogs make about ten. Let’s […]
Learn the causes and treatments for rodent ulcers aka indolent ulcers in cats.
A basic review of cat genetics, specifically looking a fur color and patterns.
Discover my top three picks for cat litter that doesn’t stink … no, really!
Just like in humans, cats can develop rare and odd conditions that you don’t commonly hear about. I shouldn’t have been surprised when the most dramatic cat in my pride, Dolly, developed a weird eye condition. Let’s take a look at eosinophilic keratitis – pronounced e-oh-sin-oh-feel-ick care-ah-tight-iss. Eye Spy: Cloudy Spot While petting my cat […]
Lesson Learned: Always check a cat’s teeth to monitor dental disease. If you see any sort of inflammation, plaque, or tartar along the gumline, see your vet immediately – your cat could be in pain. Sir Buttons3-5 year old domestic shorthairGray and white tuxedoSupposedly growly and mean – actually a love bugGums extremely red along […]
Get tips to help with every part of moving with your cat, from boxing and planning to move-in day and getting settled in your new residence.
Discover how gabapentin helps overly anxious cats have more normal lives.
Discover methods for working with shy and scared cats and watch them in action!