Cat Disease: Cystitis
Can cats have cystitis? - Maybe. And, unfortunately, quite often. We will talk in more detail about the disease and its causes in our article. Pets often suffer from the…

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Why does a cat have a mustache?
It's hard to imagine a cat without a luxurious mustache! However, nature did not invent them for beauty. Century after century, the mustache helped cats survive in the wild, and…

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How to wash cats?
It would seem easy to bathe a cat. But when you get down to business, a number of questions pop up. For example, what temperature should water be, what means…

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Is your cat ready for winter?

Winter is snowflakes on the window, a magical New Year’s mood, warm blankets and homeliness. Perhaps this time of year is most liked by your cat. When it’s cold outside, it’s so nice to bask with the mistress under the covers, doze off on her knitted sweater and hunt for legs in warm socks! But for the winter to be extremely pleasant for the pet, the owner needs to be alert. Cold window sills and drafts can cause cystitis and relapse of urolithiasis (ICD). Should a cat freeze – and that’s it, hello, new and old diseases! However, if you follow the 10 recommendations, the health of the pet can be protected!

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How to care for a cat after sterilization?
Sterilization (better known as castration) is the removal of the gonads by surgery. The operation is performed under local or general anesthesia, and after the procedure, the animals need some…

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Cystitis in a cat: what to do?
What to do if a cat has cystitis? If your cat shows symptoms of cystitis, contact your veterinarian as soon as possible. He will examine the pet, conduct tests and…

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Cat Sterilization: Pros and Cons
What is sterilization? What is the difference between sterilization and castration, or is it the same thing? Why sterilize a cat, what are the pros and cons of this operation?…

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How to feed an elderly cat?
Age-related changes are characteristic not only of us, but also of our pets. Cats in old age are not as active as before. Their "weak" places are vision, hearing, joints…

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