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FIP is caused by a virus and can be fatal to cats. Learn how to prevent FIP.
Feline anemia occurs when a pet's red blood cell count is low, and can be caused by numerous illnesses. Learn what these underlying health conditions are here.
Feline Rhinotracheitis is the commonly used name for feline herpesvirus 1, which is the leading cause of upper respiratory infections in cats. The symptoms of this virus is very similar to what us pet parents would consider a cold. However, feline rhinotracheitis can pose a great risk to your cat’s health. Find out more here.
Chlamydia is a respiratory disease conspired from bacteria that is usually spread from contact with other cats. This condition is most commonly seen in young kittens and usually starts off with conjunctivitis. Luckily, there are treatment options available. Find out more about chlamydia In cats here.
Kidney failure is a serious ailment that affects many senior dogs and cats. Make sure you know the signs, so you can help your pet in the event of this unfortunate illness.
Kidney disease is treatable and there are many different options. Learn how to treat kidney disease.
There are many viruses that can plague your cat's health. However, there are some that have become the most common. It is important to learn what these viruses are and how they can be prevented, diagnosed, and treated if necessary.
Cats are known for their unique personalities and sometimes they can do some pretty weird things. Here's a list of freaky behaviors that actually may be common for some cats. How many of these things do you catch your feline doing?
Not many pet parents are aware of the dangers of feline distemper. Learn what to look out for and more importantly, how you can prevent the disease and protect your cat.
Arthritis can affect both dogs and cats. Here are a few things we thought you should know to take better take care of your pet.
Are you shocked to find out that cats are susceptible to contracting heartworm disease just like dogs? Learn more here.
The symptoms of kidney disease can include inability to control urine and excessive thirst. Learn more at PetCareRx.
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