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Cat Nutrition - Standard vs. Premium Cat Foods
Some manufacturers label their pet foods as "premium." What earns this food distinction?
Cat Nutrition - Quick Tips: Taste and Palatability
What causes a cat to choose one food over another? Researchers look at several factors.
Cat Nutrition - All About Pet Cat Food Labels
Pet cat food labels must meet strict standards. Learn about the regulations pet food manufacturers must follow.
Cat Nutrition - Feeding in Multicat Households
The animals in multicat households may have different dietary requirements. Here's how to feed all your pets without sabotaging their diets.
Cat Nutrition - Quick Tips: Dietary Cravings
Cravings have nothing to do with a cat's nutrient requirements. Some cats simply have unusual food preferences.
Cat Nutrition - Feed Your Seniors Well
Cats are living longer today than ever before. Feeding the proper diet can help them live even longer.
Cat Nutrition - Healthy Treat Habits
Show your affection for your cat with a snack that won't ruin your pet's diet.
Cat Nutrition - Cat Food: Mystery Ingredients Revealed
Discover how to read wet and dry cat food labels and choose the right food for your cat.
Cat Nutrition - Cats Can't Drink Enough Water!
All cats' diets need to include fresh water, no matter what they eat.
Cat Nutrition - Time to Eat!
Establish regular feeding routines with your kitten to maintain his good health.
Cat Weight Concerns - Weight Control in a Two-Cat House
Exercise alone won't help a cat lose weight. The two cats may need to be fed their cat food separately.
Cat Nutrition - Kidney and Bladder Disease Prevention
A cat food diet formulated for senior cats will help an older cat stay healthy.
Cat Nutrition - Kidney Disease, Cat Food Diet and Treatment
Some kidney problems can be traced to an underlying disease.
Cat Nutrition - Bladder Stones and Cat Food
Cat diets formulated to acidify a cat's urine do not normally promote the growth of bladder stones if fed as directed.
Cat Nutrition - Kitchen Cats: Why a Cat Can't Be Vegetarian
Can cats survive on a diet lacking animal-source ingredients? Not surprisingly, no.
Senior Cat Nutrition - Kitchen Cats: A Guide to Feeding Your Senior Cat
Nutritional changes can help your aging cat if you see signs of obesity, weight loss or dental problems.
Cat Nutrition - Natural Cat Food Diets
Are natural food products better for cats? Veterinarians share their expert opinions.
Cat Weight Concerns - Quick Tips: Fat and the Single Cat
Special foods can help cats lose weight. Your veterinarian can help you choose the right diet for your cat.
Cat Nutrition - Cat Has Loose Stools
Many cats experience intestinal problems, and there are numerous causes.
Nutrition Precautions - Quick Tips: Preservative Safety
When used in allowable concentrations, preservatives are considered safe by the FDA.
Nutrition Precautions - Lining of Cat Food Cans
How safe is the lining of a pet food can?
Nutrition Precautions - Food Poisoning
Although cats rarely experience food poisoning, precautions are important. Learn how to prevent food poisoning in your pet.
Nutrition Precautions - Cat Eats Dirt
Some cats develop unusual eating habits. If your cat eats dirt, have it examined by a veterinarian to rule out anemia.
Nutrition Precautions - Quick Tips: Coconut Caution
Eating too much coconut meat is fattening and can cause liver problems in cats.
Nutrition Precautions - Feeding Your Cat Milk
Most cats love an occasional treat of milk. You can indulge your cat with this treat if your pet shows no signs of stomach upset.
Nutrition Precautions - Table Manners
Should you give your cat table scraps? Veterinarians share their advice.
Nutrition Precautions - Too Many Treats
Treats have calories that add up. Give your cat an occasional treat, but don't overdo it.
Cat Nutrition - Feline Gravy Train
Encourage your cat to eat all of her wet food by mashing up the pieces and adding a bit of water to the gravy.
Cat Nutrition - Quick Tips: Chicken Soup for Cats
Sick cats often will not eat if they can't smell their food. Tempt your cat to eat by following these tips.
Pet Diabetes Month
The campaign's aim is to educate cat and dog owners on detection and management of the disease.
Rodent Ulcer, CAT FANCY?s First Look
CAT FANCY?s 1966 article ?Rodent Ulcer? discussed ulcers that affect cats.
Kitten Vaccines - Infection Alert
Your cat's cold can be deadly without timely treatment. Learn the facts about herpes virus and calcivirus.
Kitten Vaccines - Don't Risk Rabies
Get the facts on how to prevent this serious disease. Vaccination remains the best prevention.
Kitten Vaccines - Feline Leukemia Virus
FeLV is the number-one deadliest disease among domestic cats. Vaccination is the only defense against this virus.
Kitten Vaccines - Feline Panleukopenia
Also known as feline distemper, this disease is highly contagious. Learn to recognize the symptoms.
Kitten Vaccines - Vaccinations and Boosters
Making sure vaccinations are current is the key to keeping your cat healthy.
Calicivirus Vaccine Available for Cats
Cat Vet Care - Vets on the Go
Do you and your cat dread visits to the veterinarian? Mobile veterinarians deliver health care right to your door.
Cat Vet Care - Consider Pet Health Insurance
Concerned about high vet bills? Learn how to find a veterinary insurance policy that works for you.
Cat Vet Care - Rampant Vet Visits
A few preventive measures can make visits to the veterinarian more pleasant for everyone.
Cat Weight Concerns - A Special Challenge
Help special-needs cats shed those extra pounds
Cat Health - Get Your Cat to Excercise
Does your cat need to lose a few pounds? Incorporate play into her daily routine.
Cat Weight Concerns - Weight Control in a Two-Cat House
Exercise alone won't help a cat lose weight. The two cats may need separate mealtimes.
Cat Weight Concerns - Cat Exercises
Regular exercise can benefit your cat. Try one of these eight ideas to enliven your cat's playtime.
Cat Weight Concerns - Feeding in Multi-Cat Households
The animals in multi-cat households may have different dietary requirements. Here's how to feed all your pets without sabotaging their diets.
Cat Weight Concerns - When is a Cat Too Skinny?
Most cats weigh 7 to 10 pounds, but some breeds may be healthy at higher or lower weights.
Biology 201: Feline Dental Health
Dental care is necessary for cats? optimum health and quality of life.
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