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As most cats reach their senior years, mental health tends to decline a bit. Senior cat dementia is non-curable, however there may be things you can do to prevent or slow it down. Find out more here. Read
As most cats reach their senior years, mental health tends to decline a bit. Senior cat dementia is non-curable, however there may be things you can do to prevent or slow it down. Find out more here.
A cat's nervous system is a complex thing, just like a human's is. Learn about the possible disorders and issues that can effect the feline brain.
Watching your cat have a seizure is incredibly scary, especially if you don't know the cause. Find out the causes and treatments for seizures in cats.
Watching your cat experience a seizure is scary. Learn what you need to know about identifying and treating epilepsy in cats.
Has your pet's behavior been a bit strange lately? Perhaps they have been experiencing a severe lack of coordination? They may have a form of ataxia, a sensory dysfunction that can affect both dogs and cats. Learn the other signs and symptoms and what this means for your beloved pet.
Hydrocephalus is a congenital disorder found in dogs and cats, usually at late stages in life and after some sort of head injury or a terrible infection. It is important to get your pet diagnosed early in order to obtain proper treatment. Here are signs and symptoms to look out for before you contact your veterinarian.
Many people think cats don't require much attention, but some cats can even develop separation anxiety when their owners leave. Learn why some cats get separation anxiety.
Your cat is your baby and if something happens to him or her, you want to do everything you can to ensure the safety of your furbaby.
Neurological disorders in dogs and cats can be quite difficult to cope with. When the brain is affected, so is everything else, affecting your pet's quality of life. Find out all about this brain disease here and the options available for pet parents.
Rabies is a scary topic that most pet parents probably don't even want to think about. Nonetheless, it is important to know the seriousness of this disease, and how you can prevent your pet from falling victim. Learn more here.