Posts filed under: Science and Facts

Did you know that we see high blood pressure in cats?   Why do we worry about it? Just like in people, high blood pressure if left untreated can cause problems such as vision loss, kidney disease and heart problems....
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There is research showing that cats living outside kill birds and small mammals. There are some bird researchers who firmly believe cats have led to species extinctions and post a great danger to some of their prey species.   We believe that indoor...
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If you have questions about how to look after your cat, or just ‘is this normal’, I have a few suggestions.   Hopefully you have a regular veterinarian who has seen your cat on a regular basis. If so, you...
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FIP – Feline Infectious Peritonitis. If you mention this term to someone who works with cats, you’ll see a person with a hopeless look on their face shaking their head sadly.   FIP is a disease seen in young cats...
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Research has been done on lost cats and how to found them. The most recent paper was published last November in animals journal. These studies are done as surveys of cat owners.   What are the take-home messages for us?  ...
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