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PetMD Editorial
Dec 18, 2018

Reviewed and updated for accuracy on December 18, 2018, by Katie Grzyb, DVM You may have started to notice that your senior cat doesn’t move as quickly or easily as she once did. Older cats are at increased risk for conditions like arthritis, bladder issues, and vision and… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Dec 10, 2018

Image via iStock.com/Flutter_97321 By Kathy Blumenstock When it comes to games for cats, our felines often like watching us chase the newest cat toy ballwe’ve brought home over actually playing with it themselves. But playtime is essential for physical and mental exercise… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Dec 07, 2018

Image via iStock.com/ClarkandCompany By Kate Hughes Though cats have a reputation for lounging around and napping, that’s not all that they do. Beyond the typical house cat owner, there are also people who rely on cats to keep spaces like barns and sheds critter-free. Barn… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Dec 07, 2018

Reviewed and updated for accuracy on December 7, 2018, by Katie Grzyb, DVM. Exercise is an essential factor that helps to promote happiness and health in cats. One of the best ways to help your cat exercise is to spend some one-on-one playtime with them. The Importance of… Read More

Sarah Wooten, DVM
Dec 07, 2018

Image via iStock.com/sdominick By Dr. Sarah Wooten If I asked you, "What is the most common nutritional disorder seen in domestic cats today?", what do you think the answer would be? Malnutrition? Taurine deficiency? Good thoughts, but the biggest nutritional… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Dec 04, 2018

Image via iStock.com/OlgaChan By Kate Hughes Most cat lovers have at least a passing familiarity with hairless cats like the Sphynx cat. According to the Cat Fanciers’ Association, the Sphynx cat’s hairlessness originated as a genetic mutation in the 1960s. These kitties… Read More