Whenever I notice scabs on my cat, I always check for parasites. Fleas are one of the most common causes of scabbing in cats, particularly around the neck region. However, when my cat has scabs on its neck but no fleas it can be confusing – what else can cause the formation of … [Read more...] about Cat Has Scabs on Its Neck but No Fleas – 5 Reasons Why
All animals need to be able to pee, including cats. It is how we pass toxins and waste from our bodies, alongside removing any excess water so all our physiological processes can run as they should. Therefore, if your cat isn’t peeing, it can be a huge cause for concern. Many … [Read more...] about My Cat Is Eating & Drinking But Not Peeing – Why & What to Do
Worms are one of the most common internal parasitic infections in cats. To get rid of them, you will need to deworm your cat. Because worms can easily be passed to other animals, it is important to keep your infected cat away from other animals and people in your home while the … [Read more...] about How Long After Deworming a Cat Are the Worms Gone?
The occasional hairball is completely normal for cats and should be expected by all cat owners. Cats groom themselves with their rough tongues, picking up loose hair from their coats and ingesting it as they go. When this accumulates in their stomach it needs to be … [Read more...] about Cat Throwing Up Hairballs Daily – 5 Reasons Why & How to Stop It
All animals need food and drink to survive. Food gives our bodies energy and essential nutrients needed to carry out normal bodily functions, while water keeps us hydrated so all processes can run efficiently. This is true for cats too, and if your cat stops eating or drinking it … [Read more...] about Cat Not Eating or Drinking for 3 Days – How Long Can a Cat Survive?