Cats Health

9 hours ago Welcome to the new WebMD Cat Health Center. WebMD veterinary experts provide comprehensive information about cat health care, offer nutrition and feeding tips, and help you identify illnesses in cats.
1. Possible Health Effects. Research on human-animal interactions is still relatively new. Some studies have shown positive health effects, but the results have been mixed.
2. Animals Helping People. Animals can serve as a source of comfort and support. Therapy dogs are especially good at this. ...
3. Helping Each Other. Pets also bring new responsibilities. ...
4. Nasty Hairball. ...
5. Feline Leukemia Virus (FLV) After accidents or physical trauma, the FLV is known to be the leading cause of death in cats. ...
6. Worms. ...
7. Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) There are certain medical conditions that can make cats susceptible to bacterial infections such as urinary tract infections.
8. Fleas. ...
9. Plant Poisoning. ...
10. Kidney Disease. ...
11. Litter box issues in Sick Cats. If your cat has always been perfect about using the litter box, and then suddenly starts making messes outside the box, there's a ...
12. Unexplained weight gain or loss. If the cat is losing or gaining weight for no obvious reason, it's time to take them to the vet. ...
13. Blood in urine, stool, or vomit. ...
14. Diarrhea or constipation. ...

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6 hours ago WebMD provides comprehensive cat health information covering a wide variety of symptoms affecting your pet.

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2 hours ago Gastric irritations that cause frequent cat vomiting and include bile, mucus or blood may indicate a serious intestinal issue like an obstruction or an underlying chronic condition such as kidney disease or diabetes. Causes: How often is your cat … Read More Cat Health Why Do Cats Get Diarrhea? by Petfinder

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6 hours ago Between visits to your cat's veterinarian, here are 10 ways to keep your cat healthy. 1. Groom your cat regularly. Whether your cat has short or long fur, he will benefit greatly from regular brushing or combing. This helps remove the dead hair …

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1 hours ago The Cornell Feline Health Center offers a variety of articles, brochures, and videos online for cat owners and enthusiasts alike. Below you will find links to articles and brochures that help answer frequently asked questions as well as links to videos that demonstrate how to groom, medicate, and care for your cat.

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Just Now Cat Health & Wellness If you suspect your pet is sick, call your vet immediately. For health-related questions, always consult your veterinarian, as they have examined your pet, know the pet's health history, and can make the best recommendations for your pet.

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8 hours ago In 2002, the National Institutes of Health released a study that found children under a year old who were exposed to a cat to be less likely to develop all kinds of allergies. According to Marshall Plaut, M.D., chief of the allergic mechanisms section at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, "high pet exposure early in life appears to protect …

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5 hours ago The educational cat health content on All About Cats is written by or reviewed by our team of veterinary experts to ensure that it’s in line with the latest evidence-based veterinary information and health guidelines. This educational content is not veterinary advice and does not replace consultation with a qualified veterinarian.

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6 hours ago If you require any veterinary related advice, contact your veterinarian promptly. Information at CatHealth.com is exclusively of a general reference nature. Do not disregard veterinary advice or delay treatment as a result of accessing information at this site. Just Answer is an external service not affiliated with CatHealth.com. Tweet

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7 hours ago During kitten season, every unspayed, queen (female cat) is likely to have a belly full of babies! Spraying is different from litterbox aversion, and there are a variety of reasons that your cat may be spraying. Giardia is contagious in cats. It’s found on contaminated surfaces, in …

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Just Now Keeping teeth and gums clean is an important part of maintaining your cat’s good health. Thinkstock Failing Vision Cataracts, glaucoma and retinal detachment are among the eye conditions that can affect older cats.

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7 hours ago The core of any cat health care regimen starts with providing an inviting, clean, safe, cat friendly environment for your kitty. Cats need to be able to explore their territory in a cat safe environment, get good rest, good nutrition from premium cat food, and exercise.

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7 hours ago Cat health is a broad, but vital topic. As a cat owner, that means that keeping your cat healthy involves a lot of difficult choices. Looking out for your cat's health means keeping on top of everything from the basics, such as choosing the right premium cat food, to the more complex issues such as vaccination schedules, cat behavior problems, and on and on.

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8 hours ago Cats are loved for their elegance, their calming purrs, and the sweetness of their cuddles, but do you know how they can actually improve your health?

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Just Now Cat Health Care. Keep your sweet kitty happy and healthy with tips on recognizing and treating common cat health conditions, first aid, reproductive and preventative care, and more. Trusted vets and pet experts weigh in on best practices in cat health care so your cat can keep living life to the furr-est. Common Conditions & Treatments.

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How do cats benefit our health?

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  • Possible Health Effects. Research on human-animal interactions is still relatively new. Some studies have shown positive health effects, but the results have been mixed.
  • Animals Helping People. Animals can serve as a source of comfort and support. Therapy dogs are especially good at this. ...
  • Helping Each Other. Pets also bring new responsibilities. ...

What are cat medical problems?

What May Affect Your Cat?

  • Nasty Hairball. ...
  • Feline Leukemia Virus (FLV) After accidents or physical trauma, the FLV is known to be the leading cause of death in cats. ...
  • Worms. ...
  • Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) There are certain medical conditions that can make cats susceptible to bacterial infections such as urinary tract infections.
  • Fleas. ...
  • Plant Poisoning. ...
  • Kidney Disease. ...

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Can cats affect human health?

While cats are generally safe, contact with cats, including cat bites and scratches, can cause infections in humans. If you are exposed to a cat, it is important that you understand the potential infections and how to stay safe.

What are the symptoms of a sick cat?

Warning Signs of a Sick Cat Issues that Could Mean Your Cat Is Sick

  1. Litter box issues in Sick Cats. If your cat has always been perfect about using the litter box, and then suddenly starts making messes outside the box, there's a ...
  2. Unexplained weight gain or loss. If the cat is losing or gaining weight for no obvious reason, it's time to take them to the vet. ...
  3. Blood in urine, stool, or vomit. ...
  4. Diarrhea or constipation. ...

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