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Spaying your cat not only stops her from having unwanted kittens, it also can have health benefits for your cat herself. Here's some advice on spaying your cat, and why you should have your male cat neutered too.  Read more

Fleas are small, black blood-sucking insects that measure 1-3mm in length and are one of the most common parasites found on cats. In fact, nearly all cats will suffer from a flea infestation at some point in their lives.  Read more

Urinary tract infections can cause serious problems like peeing outside the litter box, pain and can even be fatal. Understand the symptoms, causes and treatment.  Read more

It is estimated that approximately 1 in 300 cats in the UK develops diabetes in their lifetime. This article discusses the common signs and symptoms of diabetes in cats.  Read more

Seizures are one of the most common neurological problems seen in cats. This article discusses the symptoms, causes and treatment of epilepsy in cats.  Read more

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) is a disease specific to cats and very similar to HIV in humans. This article discusses signs of the illness, diagnosis and treating of FIV, and prevention.  Read more

Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is a retrovirus that infects cats. This email explains feline leukemia virus, including symptoms, risk factors, treatments, and prevention.  Read more

It can be alarming to discover that your cat has worms but don't worry: most cats are affected by them at some stage in their lives. Here's what you need to know about worms in cats.  Read more

Before you get a cat it’s wise to think long and hard about whether your new pet will suit your personality and lifestyle.  Read more

Cats’ nutritional requirements change according to their lifestage, from kittens through to adults and senior cats. Home-prepared diets are complex and need to be balanced correctly. Feeding a commercial ‘complete’ diet provides all the nutrients in the correct amounts and proportions.  Read more

So just let your cat follow its instinct to keep cool, and just make sure that you make things easier for them to do this.  Read more

Most cats love to play – even the grown ups. Follow the link to find out how to make this great Easter toy will help keep them fit and allow them to show off their hunting and chasing skills!  Read more