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Anemia in Cats

Feline anemia can be a serious condition, but with early detection and appropriate treatment, the prognosis can be positive. Regular vet check-ups, a balanced diet, and a safe environment are vital to prevent its occurrence and maintain the overall health and well-being of your cat.

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Benefits of olive oil for cats

Olive oil is a popular ingredient in many healthy human diets due to its numerous health benefits. Olive oil can also provide various benefits for cats when used in moderation. It is a rich natural source of monounsaturated fats, antioxidants, vitamin E and has anti-inflammatory properties. In this article, we will explore the benefits of olive oil for cats’ joint health, arthritis, digestion, coat and skin.

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Cat Kidney Disease

Most people are aware that cats are prone to kidney disease, but many people don’t know that there are ways to prevent and treat this illness. Although kidney disease is a serious condition, most cats can be successfully treated if diagnosed and treated early. In this article we will discuss the causes of feline kidney disease, as well as some methods of prevention and treatment.

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How can I tell from a sleeping cat that it is healthy

Do you know how to tell if your cat is healthy just by looking at it when it is sleeping? A lot of people don’t, but there are a few simple things to look for. In this blog post, we will discuss some important signs to look out for. So whether your cat is a new addition to the family or a lifelong furry friend, be sure to keep these tips in mind.

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Diabetes in Cats

Diabetes mellitus usually affects obese and older cats. It is caused by the body’s inability to produce or use insulin, which is a hormone that helps the body convert food into energy. Tips for diagnosis and treatment, to enable cats with diabetes to lead long and healthy lives.

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Cat Aggression

Cat Aggression is not uncommon, but there is a reason why a cat is aggressive. Generally, cats become aggressive when they feel threatened by something unusual or uncertain in their environment. 

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