The cat is cold: what to do?
Do you know the feeling when the street is cold, and at home, it seems, is not much better? Heaters, warm rugs and hot tea save the situation. But how…

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Idiopathic cystitis in cats
There are diseases whose causes are very difficult to trace. A striking example is idiopathic cystitis. In our article, we will talk about its symptoms, prevention and the most likely…

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Which bowl to choose for a cat?
Proper nutrition is not only the right food, but also the right bowls! Do you know that your pet’s appetite and health depend on their quality? In our article we…

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How to feed a cat with wet food?

The health of a pet depends largely on what foods are in its diet. High-quality, balanced wet food will help him meet his old age energetic and full of strength. But even superpremium products can cause gastrointestinal problems if they are not properly combined with dry food or natural nutrition.

Rules for feeding cats wet feed
the pet should always have access to clean drinking water;
an opened can of canned food should be stored in the refrigerator for no more than 2 days, after this time, the half-eaten leftovers must be discarded;
mixing wet and dry food is not recommended – they should be given in different feedings;
if your pet eats natural products, and you want to add wet food to his diet, you must first consult with a specialist who will help you create a balanced menu for the cat. Continue reading

Bezoar in cats

What are bezoars? Why are they formed and what is their danger? How to protect your pet’s health? About this in our article.

Bezoara: what is it and why are they formed?
Bezoar is a ball of wool in a cat’s stomach. Why is it formed?

Licking his coat, the cat swallows dead hair. With small amounts, the body removes them naturally. But if there is a lot of wool in the stomach, it becomes tangled, mixed with feces and forms “corks”. Traffic jams cause constipation and can lead to a complete blockage of the gastrointestinal tract. In this case, all the food entering the intestines will advance only to the “traffic jams”. She will not be able to push through bezoars, accumulate in the body and cause intoxication.

Under pressure from bezoars and undigested food, the walls of the intestines can burst! Continue reading

The cat screams at night: what to do?
How to wean a cat yelling at night? Talk to your veterinarian. Your pet was always calm and slept soundly at night, but suddenly started yelling at night? Talk to…

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Why do cats rub on their feet?
Why do you think the cat rubs against the owner’s feet? Creeps in? Asks for pens? Hints that it is time for lunch? Or maybe there is no reason and…

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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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Sphynx Cat Care
Sphynx cats are wonderful pets. They are distinguished by a soft, flexible character and do not cause problems with coat. However, caring for a hairless cat has its own nuances…

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