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PetMD Editorial
Nov 13, 2018

Image via By Kate Hughes Over the past few years, there’s been a push from animal experts who recommend that cats be kept indoors—not just for their safety, but also for the safety of wildlife. However, keeping cats inside limits environmental stimulation… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Nov 06, 2018

Image via By Diana Bocco Although cats are natural hunters, most domestic cats never get to express those instincts—at least not out in nature. “It’s good that we don’t let many house cats run amok eating songbirds, but many behavior problems (let alone… Read More

Ken Lambrecht, DVM
Sep 19, 2018

My 15-year-old cat, Lance, sits next to me as I write this piece. He is special to me because he is the oldest of my four cats and we have shared quite a bit of time together. Caring for him helps me to cross-check the guidance I give to anyone who is sharing their life… Read More

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