PetMD Editorial
Sep 10, 2018

Image via Andy Gin/Shutterstock By Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell Debbie Bunce Page routinely took her 3-year-old cat, Bobbie Socks, to the veterinarian and treated her with topical prescription flea and tick for cats. Because her cat was fully vetted, Page didn’t really worry… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 29, 2018

By Lynne Miller As a devoted cat parent, you want your kitty to be happy and healthy, so of course it’s difficult to watch her struggle to get around. Many conditions involving the joints, muscles, bones, nerves, or skin can cause cats to limp, and some issues are more… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 23, 2018

By Kate Hughes For cat owners, there are few joys like being groomed by your kitty. It means you’ve earned her trust, that you’ve been accepted into her pride. However, on a more physical level, it also feels like your cat is scraping wet, coarse sandpaper across your skin—… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 22, 2018

By Helen Anne Travis Whether you call them teacup cats, dwarfs, or miniatures, there’s no denying the cuteness of these fun-size felines. But the breeding practices that go into creating such a small cat could lead to a host of health problems for the pet and a host of… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 16, 2018

by Cheryl Lock If you own a cat, you’re probably well-versed in the number of baffling behaviors they might exhibit on a regular basis, but if you’ve ever seen her make a certain facial expression that looks like a grimace or sneer, you might have also wondered about her… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Dec 06, 2017

By Kate Hughes While some amount of drooling may be expected with dogs, for most cat owners, seeing saliva dripping from their kitty’s mouth is a very unnatural sight. “Cats, unlike people and dogs, don’t start drooling when you offer them something tasty,” notes Dr.… Read More