Alison Gerken, DVM
Jul 30, 2020

A familiar phrase claims that the eyes are the windows to the soul, but in cats, it’s their tail position that provides the greatest insight into what a cat is feeling. Cats use their tail movements, along with their eyes, ears, and body postures, to communicate.… Read More

Krista Seraydar, DVM
Jul 30, 2020

Do cats need exercise? Of course! When cats are exercising, they’re helping maintain a healthy weight and also getting stimulation to keep them emotionally and behaviorally healthy. Here are some tips on how to exercise your cats along with some cat workouts that will be… Read More

Geneva Pagliai, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

Knowing how to remove a tick from your cat is important for their health—and also for yours. Tick-borne diseases can spread to your cat as soon as 24 hours after the tick attaches. Some of these diseases, such as Lyme disease, can also be spread to humans. If you find a… Read More

Krista Seraydar, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

A heat cycle is the normal cycle of reproduction that occurs in unspayed female cats. Here’s everything you need to know about feline heat cycles and what to expect. How Long Does a Cat Heat Cycle Last? Signs of heat will resolve within 24-48 hours of ovulation, which will… Read More

Dalal Hares, DVM
Jun 30, 2020

When you think about foods that cats love, eggs might not come to mind. Since they’re healthy for us, are they good for our feline friends, too? Can cats eat eggs? Here are some benefits and risks of feeding your cat eggs. Are Eggs Good for Cats? Eggs are good sources of… Read More

Jun 01, 2020

NOTE: IF your cat may have eaten chocolate, contact your vet or the Pet Poison Helpline at 855-764-7661. It’s well known that chocolate is toxic to our canine companions, but did you know that it’s just as bad, if not worse, for cats to get into? Chocolate ingestion seems… Read More