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Top tips on looking after your cat
Feline Asthma is a condition that affects the airways causing them to be inflamed and narrow.
Learn more about Feline Asthma
This is when a blood clot dislodges from inside the heart and gets stuck in a blood vessel, usually near the pelvis.
Find out more about A.T.E
One of the important parts of getting a new feline friend is making sure you’ve got the right accessories!
Find out more about Cat Carriers
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is another term for kidney failure.
Learn more about Chronic Kidney Disease
Diabetes is a common disease, usually affecting middle aged to older cats.
Find out more about Diabetes
Hypertension is the medical term for high blood pressure.
Find out more about Hypertension
Hyperthyroidism is an overproduction of thyroid hormone from the thyroid gland.
Learn more about Hyperthyroidism
Neutering is the act of removing parts of the sexual organs of an animal in order to prevent them from producing offspring.
Find out more about Neutering
We see our feline friends every day so, sometimes we don’t always notice if they put on weight.
Find out more about Cat Obesity
Osteoarthritis is a painful condition of the joints, which is more common among cats than we think.
Learn more about Osteoarthritis
Pancreatitis is a disease that is caused by inflammation of the pancreas which is a small but important organ that sits near the stomach.
Find out more about Feline Pancreatitis
Spraying, otherwise known as marking, is the term used to describe your cat urinating small amounts in abnormal areas or on objects.
Find out more about Spraying
Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease is a broad term for a number of conditions that can affect the urinary bladder and urethra.
Learn more about Feline FLUTD
Urine samples are a great diagnostic tool, and can provide your veterinary team with a lot of information about the health status of your cat.
Find out more about samples
Most cats are secret drinkers and it’s rare, as an owner, to see them drink.
Find out more about cat water intake
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