Cat Information

With over 6 million cat owning households in the UK alone, cats are still one of the most popular pets, and anyone who owns a cat will understand why!

So, how do you go about choosing a cat? More and more people are choosing a pedigree cat, while there are always plenty of moggies up for adoption from animal rescue centres.

If you already own a cat you may be looking for more advice on cat care; grooming, exercise, flea and tick control and worming, looking after your cat's teeth and vaccinations. You'll also find lots of information on cat's specific nutritional requirements at the different stages in their life, and guidelines on the weight your cat should be.

If your cat has been diagnosed with a disease or illness you'll be pleased to read our expert veterinary articles on a number of common cat conditions.

 

o   Choosing a Cat breed    

o   Cat Behaviour

          o   Fireworks and Noise Phobias

          o   Zylkene

          o   Feliway - Calming Pheromone

          o   Inappropriate Urination

o   Exercise for your Cat

o   Grooming your Cat

o   Flea control for Cats

o   Stronghold Flea Treatment

o   Worming your Cat

o   Ticks

o   Neutering your Cat

o   Micro chipping your Cat

o   Dental treatment for Cats

o   Cat Vaccinations

o   Cat Weight tables

o   Cat Nutrition

o   Feeding a Kitten

o   Feeding an Adult Cat

o   Feeding a Senior Cat

o   Feeding a Cat with Kidney Disease

o   Feeding a Cat with Liver Failure

o   Feeding a Cat with Heart Failure

o   Obesity in Cats

o   Cat Diseases/Illnesses

o   Chronic Kidney Failure in Cats

o   Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)

o   Heart Disease in Cats

o   Hyperthyroidism

·         Felimazole

·         Vidalta

Osteoarthritis in Cats

Diabetes in Cats

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