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While allergies cannot be eliminated, your veterinarian can effectively control your pet's response to allergens, ensuring their comfort and quality of life with precise diagnosis and tailored therapeutic interventions.
Indoor cats generally live longer, healthier lives than those who have outdoor access. However, if they do not receive adequate mental stimulation and physical activity, indoor cats are more prone to issues such as anxiety, attention-seeking behaviors, aggression, and urinating or defecating outside the litter box.
Recent feline behavior and medicine advancements have illuminated a hidden arthritis epidemic—and countless cats are finally receiving the care and relief they deserve.
Cats instinctively use the litter box, so when your cat pees inappropriately, they have a reason—and they are not still holding a grudge because you dared to pet them near their belly. Cats cannot speak, but they can communicate through their behavior, and you should suspect your cat is feeling unwell or unhappy when they pee outside the litter box.
The rare and unique Scottish fold cat is recognized for their round head, button eyes, and uniquely folded ears. However, the same genetic mutation that causes this breed’s ear shape also contributes to serious health issues.