Jamie Lovejoy, DVM
Jun 01, 2020

NOTE: IF your cat may have eaten chocolate, contact your vet or the Pet Poison Helpline at855-764-7661. 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

PetMD Editorial
Jun 01, 2020

Reviewed for accuracy on May 29, 2020, by Dr. Katy Nelson, DVM If you can count yourself as one of the lucky cat owners who has never had the misfortune of walking into a room and smelling “cat,” then you very likely have a cat that is fastidious about going in the litter… Read More

Jamie Lovejoy, DVM
Apr 20, 2020

Most adult cats will naturally seek out a sandy,granularplace to eliminate, but young kittens might need a little help figuring out proper litter box habits. When litter training kittens, there are a few things you can do to help set your kitten up for success. Here are… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Apr 07, 2020

Updated and reviewed for accuracy on April 7, 2020 by Dr. Amanda Simonson, DVM Most people are aware of arthritis and the pain that it can cause for both people and dogs. But did you know that cats can also be commonly affected by this condition? A cat can develop arthritis… Read More

Katie Grzyb, DVM
Apr 07, 2020

Updated and reviewed for accuracy on April 7, 2020, by Dr. Katie Grzyb, DVM When your cat starts urinating outside the litter box, the smell can be difficult to get rid of and nearly impossible to mask. Whether your cat pees on the carpet, a piece of furniture, bed linens,… Read More

Aja Senestraro, DVM
Apr 07, 2020

Fleas can make kittens itchy andspread disease, and if they’re really severe, they can even cause serious blood loss and illness. Some methods for getting fleas off of pets, such as flea combing and bathing, will only kill the adult fleas on your kitten—they don’t prevent… Read More