Cats + Care & Wellness

  • A tiny tear in a tiny nail on a single toe on a single foot can be the source of excruciating pain.

  • Even though cats usually land on their feet, they can still sustain injuries when they fall.

  • The tail is an important part of the feline anatomy and is actually an extension of the spine. The wagging tail is a communication tool in the feline world, so a cat that doesn’t wag his tail is an indication that something might be wrong. Common tail injuries in the cat include abrasions, lacerations, fractured tail, and nerve damage.

  • Cats are nosy creatures, sniffing at anything of interest. Since felines find insects interesting, they sniff at them, and if they stick their nose where it doesn’t belong, they may get a quick reprimand that could be fatal.

  • Although most limps need veterinary attention, there are a few first aid measures you can perform at home if your cat begins to hobble around.

  • Although lowly in position, your cat’s feet occupy a top spot in importance. How can a cat navigate the world without the support of four healthy feet? Healthy foot pads are crucial, so injuries need prompt attention.

  • Successful flight with a cat begins long before the day of travel. It requires planning and preparation in order to make the experience as enjoyable as possible for both you and your cat.

  • Gastritis in Cats

    La gastritis se define como la inflamación de la mucosa gástrica. La palabra gastritis deriva del término griego “gastro”, que significa estómago y “itis”, que significa inflamación. Una gastritis puede ser aguda o crónica, y puede estar asociada a condiciones más graves.

  • Recommendations for New Kitten Owners

    Nuestras felicitaciones por su nueva adquisición. Tener un gato puede ser una experiencia muy gratificante, pero además es una gran responsabilidad por muchos años. Esperamos que encuentre toda la información que necesite para que pueda tomar las mejores decisiones para su gatito.

  • Giardia in Cats

    La giardiasis es una infección intestinal del hombre y los animales provocada por un protozoo parásitario llamado Giardia intestinalis (conocido también como Giardia lamblia). La Giardia es una especie parásita simple de una sola célula; no es un "gusano", ni una bacteria ni un virus. Este parásito tiene una distribución mundial y es una causa común de la "diarrea del viajero" en las personas.


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