June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month and we’re highlighting our feline friends throughout the month through a series of feline-focused posts. Last week, I wrote about why your cat looks like a devil when you take her photo using a flash. This week, I am discussing the care of senior cats since there are many wonderful older cats in shelters needing a fur-ever home.
When I was at a recent veterinary conference, I picked up some flyers on flea and tick preventatives. There are now so many products on the market with different combinations
Just like humans, animals have measurable vital signs that indicate their body’s overall functioning. These vital signs include breathing rate, heart rate, temperature and blood pressure. Patients with abnormal vital
June is Adopt a Shelter Cat month. Every year to celebrate, I devote my blogposts in the month of June to our furry, feline friends. June was chosen as Adopt
A week ago, the owner of an elderly cat contacted me because her cat was not doing well. “Fluffy looks so frail,” she said during our telephone chat. When I