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PetMD Editorial
Nov 28, 2018

By Kathy Blumenstock December is Cat Lovers’ Month (even though our cats believe that’s every month!), so it’s time to celebrate the beauty, smarts and sass of all cats in big and small, and fun and serious ways. From helping a cat rescue by donating cat foodand cat toysto… Read More

Sandra C. Mitchell, DVM, DABVP
Nov 19, 2018

Image via iStock.com/Meadowsun By Dr. Sandra Mitchell Fostering kittens is a huge task, and depending on the reason the kittens were orphaned, can be difficult to do successfully. Knowing which kitten supplies will keep you heading in the right direction can be a huge help… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 06, 2018

Image via iStock.com/Pavel Akinfin By Paula Fitzsimmons You can tell when your cat has just sniffed catnip. She licks, sniffs, purrs and shakes her head, only to return to her normal self about ten minutes later. While you’re happy to see your cat in a state of euphoria,… Read More

Sandra C. Mitchell, DVM, DABVP
Oct 31, 2018

“What is that white, wiggling grain of rice under my cat’s tail? How disgusting!” This is something we hear very commonly from pet owners. Most likely, the white, maggot-like parasite is actually a tapeworm segment. Sometimes they are still moving and crawling through the… Read More

Sarah Wooten, DVM
Oct 24, 2018

Can cats find their way home if they are lost? I have heard many stories of cats that wound up back at an old address after a family moved, and I regularly counsel clients to keep their cat indoors for at least a month after moving to ensure that the cat does not try to go… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Oct 22, 2018

Image via iStock.com/byakkaya Reviewed for accuracy on October 22, 2018, by Dr. Katie Grzyb, DVM By Nancy Dunham Is there a stray cat hanging out outside your home? Or slowly spending more and more time in your yard? You might very well have been adopted by a local street… Read More