Problems And Cat Care Tips
Find Cat Health Solutions!
If you have
cat health questions, we have some helpful answers. Many cat health
problems can be easily be avoided with
a little attention to good cat care and will extend the life of
your pet. Not to mention that you can also save money on veterinary
bills too. Although most
cats are strong and independent pets, they still need your help to
stay healthy and fit.
The best way
to keep your cat healthy is exercise, access to fresh water, and
nutritious food. Many Feline health care problems can be totally
eliminated by these basics. Even if your cat stays indoors, make sure they have toys
and a proper cat scratching post. Something as simple as a rolled up
sock or small ball to roll around can keep your cat amused for
hours and give them the necessary exercise to stay healthy.
Try to keep the table scraps
and cat treats to a minimum
and always keep any toxic materials safely stored away. Good cat
health care is all about proper feeding and providing a safe environment.
plants seem to be a favorite of some cats so pay attention to what
plants you have out and make sure they are harmless.
there are cat health issues that come up due to outside
influences such as accidents, eating the wrong item, or
fighting with other cats. If you have an outdoor cat, chances are
good you will have some adventures involving all three of these
types of situations. And if you have a multi-cat household, basic
cat care issues come up often.
If you have any good cat care advice,
cat care, or
kitten care tips, please send us details and we'll be happy to
post it on our site. Any good advice on common cat health issues
is always welcome. If you have any cat health questions not
already answered, please submit them. And any good recommendations on
any cats health care issues,
cat health problems, cat grooming, or home remedies are welcome.
We have three sections on
different categories of health questions for felines. Cat Health
Tips, Cat Care, and
Cats As Pets. Each section has information to help you deal with
your cat and the many aspects of pet ownership. We do plan on
adding some more specific breed information soon with special cat
health answers addressed for particular breeds.
We also have some great home recipes
for Healthy Homemade Cat Food and Treats that you can make for your cat. The
Healthy Homemade Cat Food Recipes
are in PDF format (Adobe Reader) and can be downloaded from our Cat
Books and Cat Resources web page.
There are also several articles on Cat
Food that can help you decide
what's the best cat food for your pet.
It's not quite
Fleas Season yet but in the warmer climates it can be an all year
battle. Due to our extremely cold winter, 2014 should be better
than the past few years since a hard freeze kills a lot of the dormant
flea eggs. But once the warm spring weather and rain comes I have
no doubt the will make up for lost time.
We thought we would put up a quick video on some successful ways to get rid of the little flea devils. There are some good natural ways that can help keep fleas out of your house and yard too. The key to long term success is to both kill the fleas on your pets and their
It's still Flea season here in South
and the commercial products are failing to keep the fleas
off our cats. However we did find some good solutions and you can read
more about them here: Cat
Symptoms - Caution!
This website (or any other website for
that matter) can not do a proper diagnoses of any serious cat
health problems because they can't physically examine the cat. Our
website can answer many general cat
health questions but cannot diagnosis specific problems. The web is a great
place to do research on cats health problems symptoms, get help on prevention, and general cat
care. But it should never be used as a replacement for emergency
treatment of a serious medical condition or illness by a trained
professional. If your cat is exhibiting any of the following cat
illness symptoms, you should immediately seek professional medical
treatment from a local veterinarian.
not eating or drinking in the past
A normally social cat displays
abnormal behavior like hissing,
hiding, and/or seeking dark places to hide.
Vomiting beyond the occasional
hairball or eating too fast
Showing signs of breathing
improperly or coughing continuously.
Any of these cat symptoms can indicate a
serious and even life threatening illness or injury to your cat.
Knowing your cat's normal behavior and noticing any serious
deviation is a sure sign of a serious medical issue. Many cats
don't exhibit cat health symptoms until the situation is past any normal
treatments and will require some quick action on your part to
remedy the situation. We highly recommend you seek professional
medical help as soon as possible if your cat exhibits any of the
cat illness symptoms above.
The content on this site is
presented only for informational purposes and does not replace medical advice from a practicing veterinarian.
contents on this site are not presented from a licensed
veterinarian, and any and all health care for your pet
should be made under the
guidance of your own veterinarian.