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PetMD Editorial
May 31, 2017

By Lynne Miller Cat breath is not supposed to smell like a bouquet. Something as mundane as a piece of tuna stuck between your feline companion’s teeth can produce a less-than-pleasant odor, says Dr. Bruce Gordon Kornreich, associate director of the Cornell Feline Health… Read More

PetMD Editorial
May 22, 2017

By Kate Hughes When you brought kitty home from the rescue organization, you probably expected the typical cat experience. When she settled in immediately for a nap, you knew it was coming. She is a cat, after all. What you didn’t expect were the super-loud—but still… Read More

Jennifer Coates, DVM
May 11, 2017

By Jennifer Coates, DVM Ideally when you adopt a new kitten, the kitten will be healthy and without any medical issues. However, that’s not always the case. Kind-hearted people often take in obviously sick kittens with the intent of nursing them back to health. In other… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Apr 03, 2017

By David F. Kramer Getting scratched by a cat can be more than just painful—the wounds can bleed, sting, swell, become infected, and, in some cases, make us sick. Minor cat scratches usually can be treated at home, but certain wounds may require special care and attention.… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 26, 2017

By Carol McCarthy While “whisker fatigue” might sound like something you get from kissing an unshaven man, it is actually a condition that can affect cats, causing them a good deal of stress. Learn more about whisker fatigue, and how amazing your cat’s whiskers are, below.… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Jan 09, 2017

Image via John E Heintz Jr/Shutterstock.com By Kellie B. Gormly As it is with humans, when senior cats grow into old age, they tend to slow down, rest more and have more physical challenges. And just as our hair will lose its luster as we age, so will a cat’s coat. In the… Read More