If you have a cat, traveling might be a problem, no matter if you’re gone for just a couple of days or the whole summer. Not knowing what to do with your cat while on vacation may even become a reason for you to cancel your plans altogether. But it shouldn’t be that way.
Did you just bring your cat home from a veterinary clinic and noticed that you don’t remember much of what your vet told you? Don’t worry! In this article, you are going to learn how to take care of your cat after surgery and to make sure the recovery process is fast, safe and as pleasant to you and your animal as possible.
One of the most terrifying things about dehydration is that it is rarely apparent. Most cats can live with constant under-hydration for years without their owners even knowing it. Would you know if your cat is dehydrated? Find out here:
Is your cat stressed during a vet visit? Society thinks that vets are doing a favorable job (and they do), but cats actually don’t view it that way. There is a lot you can do at home to relieve your cat’s everyday stress, but it’s a whole different matter if you are taking your cat to the vet.
Symptoms of a female cat in heat may not give you a guaranteed answer whether your cat is in season or not; however, it’s mostly considered accurate enough to evaluate if your cat is in heat.
By now, we have covered basics of the heat cycle in female cats. That is theory, but today we are going to meet real life. As your cat is reaching age of sexual maturity, you might wonder, will you be able to tell if your cat is in heat.
As the heat cycle ends, most cat owners feel a magnificent relief. But is it gonna last for you? So, let’s talk about how often do cats go in heat.
When we become ill, we usually measure our temperature, so we can know, must we go to work or can we stay home. But can you measure temperature of your cat? At home? You certainly can, and here’s a step by step instructions how to measure your cat’s temperature.
How often you need to worm your indoor cat? Or can indoor cats get worms at all? It’s often assumed that indoor cats are never exposed to parasites; thus there’s no need to worm them. But what is the truth?