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What To Do If You See Blood In Your Cat’s Stool?

Has this ever happened to you? You’re scooping out your cat’s litter box when you see something alarming: blood in your cat’s stool. Just what does it mean if you see blood in cat poop? And how worried do you need to be? Blood in your cat’s stool can vary in appearance. Bright red blood in stool (hematochezia) is fresh...

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7 Best Human Grade Cat Foods

The best human-grade cat food is made with human-edible ingredients and processed, stored, and transported in keeping with the best manufacturing practices for human food. It is also species-appropriate, made primarily with animal-based ingredients to support your cat’s carnivorous needs. At A Glance: Best Human-Grade Cat Food To Buy Want a quick look at the best human grade cat foods...

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10 Amazing Facts About Your Cat’s Tongue

The feline tongue is a specialized organ unlike any other tongue in the animal kingdom. Read on to learn 10 fascinating facts about cat tongues. 1. A Cat’s Tongue Is Covered In Spines If you’ve ever wondered why your cat’s tongue feels rough like sandpaper, it’s because the surface is covered with hundreds of tiny backward-facing spines, called papillae. A...

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Advantage Multi For Cats: Dosage, Safety & Side Effects

Advantage Multi is a brand name for a topical, “spot-on” flea treatment and and heartworm disease prevention product manufactured by Bayer containing the ingredients imidacloprid and moxidectin.  This article is primarily focused on the Advantage Multi for Cats product. You’ll learn about Advantage Multi for Cats, its ingredients, the ranges of pests it targets, possible side effects to consider, and...

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Mushroom Poisoning In Cats: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

The aim of this article is to provide a good quality, accurate, easily understandable summary of the details about mushroom poisoning in cats. About Mushroom Poisoning In Cats The distribution of different species of mushrooms in different parts of the world, with widely varying climates and ecologies, means that it’s impossible to write an article with detailed information about poisonous...

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Advantage II For Cats: Dosage, Safety & Side Effects

Advantage II is a brand name for a topical, “spot-on” flea control and prevention product manufactured by Bayer containing the ingredients imidacloprid and pyriproxifen. It came on the market in 2011, largely replacing the original Advantage for cats.  This article is primarily focused on the Advantage II product. You’ll learn about Advantage II for cats, its ingredients, the ranges of...

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Insecticide Poisoning In Cats: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

  The aim of this article is to provide a good quality, accurate, easily understandable summary of the details about insecticide poisoning, with a particular focus on the risk of toxicity in cats. About Insecticide Poisoning In Cats Pesticides, by definition, are substances that are used to kill pests. Insecticides are a sub-group of pesticides, and by definition, they are...

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What To Know When Adopting A FIV-Positive Cat

Even though cats are considered to be very low-maintenance animals, adopting one is still something that should not be taken lightly, and bringing one into your home should never be a spur-of-the-moment decision. Cats require some specific supplies, a nutritious diet and a pleasant home in order for them to live long, happy lives. And, this is especially true when...

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Are My Cats Playing Or Fighting?

Are you mystified trying to figure out if your cats are playing or fighting during wrestling matches? A cat’s behaviour can be hard to interpret, particularly when there is a mix of ages, breeds, temperaments, and unrelated individuals in one household. This article will help you distinguish between a play date versus a cat fight and encourage harmonious living in...

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10 Subtle Signs Your Cat May Be Sick

While most pet parents can recognize the obvious signs of sickness in cats, including vomiting, diarrhea, or runny eyes, you may not know the more subtle signs that cats express when they aren’t feeling well. This is because, in nature, cats are a predator of small animals, but they are also prey to animals like coyotes. Therefore, to keep themselves...

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