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Should You Board Your Cat Or Leave Them Home?

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Deciding on whether or not to leave your cat home alone while you are on vacation can be difficult. Cats are known for being independent animals, so it may seem natural that they can stay home alone. This isn’t always the case, though, since cats can get lonely and there are many other concerns, such as safety. The following can help you decide whether to board your cat or not.…

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Traveling By Plane With Your Cat For The First Time? 4 Ways A Vet Can Help You Both Relax

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If you’re moving far away and traveling by plane, you may find yourself in a situation where you need to make plans for moving your cat as well. Instead of worrying that your cat will be unhappy or that they will not safely arrive at your destination, you should schedule a visit to your veterinarian so that you can get the advice needed for a safe and relaxing trip. Get All the Necessary Documentation for Travel…

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Tips For Dealing With A Cat's Abscess

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If you have more than one cat, chances are you have had to deal with minor spats between the two pets. Usually injuries are nothing to be concerned about – a small scratch is common, or perhaps a nip or bite. Occasionally these small scratches become infected, leading to an abscess. The following tips can help you treat abscesses if they do occur. Tip #1: Check for scratches daily The trick to preventing major infection is to catch scratches before they get infected.…

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Diagnosing Common Cat Dental Concerns

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You want only the best for your feline friend’s health, but you may have never considered getting their dental health inspected. That is a mistake that too many cat owners make: there are a variety of dental problems that can cause serious health concerns or even just great discomfort to your cat. Here’s how you can diagnose three of the most common. Tooth Resorption This painful condition occurs in over 50% of all house cats and it causes their teeth to get destroyed by large and painful lesions.…

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