Category Archives: Cat’s Health

Fading Kitten Syndrome Treatment: A Guide to Saving Tiny Lives

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Fading kitten syndrome refers to a situation where one or more kittens in a litter between birth and three months of age fall ill or die. It is not a specific disease but a term used to describe the rapid deterioration of newborn kittens for various possible reasons. Prompt veterinary treatment is necessary to save […]

Treating and Preventing Constipation in Cats

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Constipation is a common issue for cats that can cause significant discomfort. This in-depth guide covers the causes, symptoms, treatments, and preventative care you need to know about feline constipation. You can ensure your cat’s health and well-being by identifying the causes and taking steps to treat and prevent constipation. Understanding Constipation in Cats Mild […]

Feline Rhinotracheitis

Feline rhinotracheitis

Rhinotracheitis in cats is a respiratory illness. The virus responsible for this disease is feline herpesvirus 1 (FHV-1), which is spread through a cat’s mucus and saliva. In the 1940s, there was the first recorded case of feline rhinotracheitis. Since then, issues of the illness have been documented in felines all over the globe. Kittens, […]

Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV): A Silent Threat to Cats


Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is a potentially deadly retrovirus that can severely compromise a cat’s health and longevity. While some cats can live with FeLV for years, the virus invariably shortens lifespans and leaves cats vulnerable to a wide range of secondary illnesses. Early detection, proper management, and attentive care are critical for cats positive […]

What Causes Blood in a Cat’s Urine?

What Causes Blood in a Cats Urine

If you notice blood in your cat’s urine, it may signal an infection in your cat urinary system. In senior cats, urinary tract infections are common, particularly in females and in cats that are prone to kidney illness or have difficulty defecating. Complete urethral blockage might be problematic for male kittens. If your male cat is trying to urinate but only making a […]

Cat breathing Heavily: Cause, Symptoms and Treatment

Cat Breathing

Heavy breathing also knows as rapid breathing or panting. In heavy you find your cat difficult to inhale and breathe noisily and keep its mouth open. Breathing heavily is not a disease but a symptom that could be caused by hundreds of diseases. It may be because of Dehydration, Asthma, heart disease, lung disease or […]

Why Cat Keeps Licking Private Part?

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When cats lick their private parts excessively, they’re not just cleaning themselves; it may indicate some medical issues. Cats in good health have no trouble keeping their privates sanitary. This becomes a near-impossible task for over-weight cats with long hair that hasn’t been properly groomed, and the consequences can be fatal. Matted feces in their […]

How Long Does A Cat Stay Pregnant?

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Cats are remarkably self-sufficient, even when expecting kittens. But pregnancy still brings significant changes for cats that you may notice. An expecting cat often becomes less active and more vocal – you may hear her yowling at night as her motherly instincts grow. A pregnant cat’s personality may seem moodier, too. Her appetite fluctuates, first […]