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  1. The Cat Cone: A Complete Owner's Guide

    The Cat Cone: A Complete Owner's Guide

    The Cat Cone: A Complete Owner's GuideSo, your vet suggested a cone. Confused? Scared? Not sure how your cat will deal with this? Don't worry. We're here to guide you through everything you need to know about cat cones and how to use one to help your cat get better. What is a cat cone? This is...
  2. Quiz: Would You Make A Good Veterinarian?

    Quiz: Would You Make A Good Veterinarian?

    Ever wondered if you could be the one on the other side of that stainless steel table? Can you be the one caring for sick cats, administering medication and communicating with owners? Here's a short fun quiz that will help you find out if you could be cut out for the job! Don't forget to share...
  3. 35 Signs That Your Cat May Be In Pain

    35 Signs That Your Cat May Be In Pain

    Some people will tell you that cats are good at hiding their pain. This is only partially true. Your cat cannot verbalize her pain. She can't let you know with words when it hurts, nor can she say where it hurts or what kind of pain she's feeling. That doesn't mean you can't tell she's in pain...
  4. No Money For Vet Care? How To Find Help And Save Your Cat's Life

    No Money For Vet Care? How To Find Help And Save Your Cat's Life

    Veterinary care for your cat can be very expensive with bills running in the hundreds and sometimes even the thousands of dollars. Owners are usually prepared for the predictable annual costs of a routine checkup and vaccinations, but what do you do when your cat has a medical emergency or...
  5. How To Talk To Your Vet

    How To Talk To Your Vet

    Vets bustle in and out of the exam room, talk about symptoms and prescriptions and rarely have time to really explain or listen to your concerns. That’s fine if there’s an emergency elsewhere in the clinic, but otherwise an appointment should allow time to consult about general question on...
  6. Cat Vaccinations: A Quick & Useful Guide

    Cat Vaccinations: A Quick & Useful Guide

    “Vaccines are divided into core and non-core. A core vaccine is one everybody should get. Non-core vaccines are for exposed or at risk cats,” says Dr. Jeffery Moll, DVM. “The key to any successful vaccination protocol is the cat's lifestyle—indoor vs. outdoor, single cat vs. multi-cat family...
  7. The Healthy Cat: Eight Things You Should Check

    The Healthy Cat: Eight Things You Should Check

    Very often, merely looking at a cat will tell you quite a lot about its overall health. It is important to know the things one should observe when looking for a new cat. Please remember when adopting a new cat, that even a cat with less then excellent health may be a wonderful pet once it gets...
  8. Cat Health Care Abc

    Cat Health Care Abc

    The care of your cat includes her health concerns. One way you can help her live a long and happy life is to talk openly with your veterinarian about what types of vaccines your cat will need. Stash money away on a monthly basis for those emergency vet visits, and hopefully, if you do this...
  9. First Aid For Cats

    First Aid For Cats

    If there could be one thing you could do to save your cat's life in an emergency, would you? 53% of cat people say they would be willing to give their cat CPR but how do you do it? There are classes to teach you basic first aid for both cats and dogs. Finding a class is not as hard as you might...
  10. Cat Vet Checkup - What To Expect

    Cat Vet Checkup - What To Expect

    Your vet is your ally in providing the best possible care for your cat. He or she is there for more than emergencies though. The annual cat vet checkup is the cornerstone of good preventive medicine, and that is just as important for cats as it is for us humans. Why do we even need an annual...
  11. Leaving Your Cat At The Vet's Clinic

    Leaving Your Cat At The Vet's Clinic

    Leaving your beloved Kitty for an overnight stay at a veterinary clinic can be an extremely emotional experience. As one of our cat forum's members notes, it can be hard to tell if this is more stressful for the cat or the owner. As with many crises, planning and preparation can go a long way...
  12. How To Choose The Best Veterinarian For My Cat?

    How To Choose The Best Veterinarian For My Cat?

    Your choice of a veterinarian is an extremely important decision that could profoundly affect the quality of care that your cat receives. So how does one go about choosing a vet? First, you should probably begin by defining your needs. It may help you to compose a list of those things that are...
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