Cat Care Center - Care

Geneva Pagliai, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

Knowing how to remove a tick from your cat is important for their health—and also for yours. Tick-borne diseases can spread to your cat as soon as 24 hours after the tick attaches. Some of these diseases, such as Lyme disease, can also be spread to humans. If you find a… Read More

Krista Seraydar, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

A heat cycle is the normal cycle of reproduction that occurs in unspayed female cats. Here’s everything you need to know about feline heat cycles and what to expect. How Long Does a Cat Heat Cycle Last? Signs of heat will resolve within 24-48 hours of ovulation, which will… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jun 01, 2020

[video:wistia|963pnofc0d|true] Reviewed for accuracy on May 29, 2020, by Dr. Katy Nelson, DVM If you can count yourself as one of the lucky cat owners who has never had the misfortune of walking into a room and smelling “cat,” then you very likely have a cat that is… Read More

Apr 07, 2020

[video:wistia|q6zrhav9ci|true] Updated and reviewed for accuracy on April 7, 2020, by Dr. Katie Grzyb, DVM When your cat starts urinating outside the litter box, the smell can be difficult to get rid of and nearly impossible to mask. Whether your cat pees on the carpet, a… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Sep 30, 2019

Reviewed for accuracy on September 30, 2019, by Dr. Jennifer Coates, DVM When a child finally turns 18 years old, they are generally considered to be an adult. But what about our feline family members? At what age are cats fully grown? How do you know when to start feeding… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Sep 17, 2019

That sneezing, wheezing, congested, itchy eye, must-escape-this-room-because-I-can’t-breathe-around-this-cat feeling can ruin even the best of days—especially if you are a cat lover.   But now, you might be able to avoid the allergies altogether, instead of avoiding the… Read More