Arthritis in cats is far more common than owners expect. Many of us don't recognise the symptoms in our feline companions as we just simply think they slow down and get tired as they get older.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a general term for conditions that cause the lining of the intestines to become thickened and inflamed.
Many cats are kept inside by necessity or to protect wildlife and themselves from injury. Make sure your inside cat doesn't get bored.
Wondering what type of pet would best suit you and your lifestyle? Let’s look at some options.
Is your cat having trouble doing his 'twos' , straining at the 'back end' or completely 'bunged up'? Constipation descibes the condition of infrequent or difficult defecation (passing of bowel movements) and there are several causes.
Brachycephalic Airway Syndrome is defined as partial blockage of airflow through the upper respiratory tract. It is seen more frequently in animals with typical brachycephalic ("pug-nosed") conformation, for example Bulldogs, Pugs and Persian cats.
Is your cat doing its 'ones and twos' around the house and not in its litter tray? You will be happy to know there are solutions to wee problems like this.
Skin tumours are some of the most common tumours seen in dogs and cats. There are many diifferent types of skin tumours along with different causes and treatments.
It's easy! Here's how to train your kitten to use the litter tray.
Introducing a new kitten to a resident puss-cat or pooch is usually successful if the right steps are taken. Here's some valuable tips on how to integrate a new kitten into the family and survive to tell the story!