Cat Care

This page is a Feline Health and Wellness Guide ONLY.
 every topic is covered.Information compiled is in no way a replacement for your veterinarian’s knowledge, experience, and treatment plan for your pet. Always consult your veterinarian for the BEST advice. Remember, any change in a cat’s behavior can be the first sign of illness or disease.

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Pet Adoption Myths Debunked
10 Reasons to Adopt a Black Cat
Your New Cat
Introducing Your New Cat ~ Helpful Hints
Feline Tidbits
Feline Ophthalmology
Cat Whiskers
Cat Body Language
Cat Humor
Cats N Personal Hygiene
Cat Commandments
Feline and Canine Internal Parasites including Heartworm
Plants Poisonous to Cats
12 Plants Poisonous To Pets
How to Tell if your Pet is Ill

Obvious Signs of Illness

Choosing a Vet

Herpes and Calici – What’s The Difference?

What are Coccidia?

Examining and Cleaning the Ears of Your Cat

Things a CAT Should Always Remember

Black Cats

Deaf Cats

Ear Mites

Feline Acne

Naso-Pharyngeal (Nasal Pharyngeal) Polyps in Cats

How can I protect my cat from FeLV and FIV?
Source: Dr. Jennifer Broadhurst, Jacksonville Humane Society

Feline Hi-Rise Syndrome
Source: ASPCA




Feral Vs Stray – What’s the Difference?

Understanding Feral Cat Colonies: Video Series

Keeping Pets Safe In Winter

Pet Holiday Safety

What Constitutes Animal Cruelty

I Rescued a Human Today

When God Created Kitty Cats

The Integrity of Ugly

Free Kittuns

Senior Cats
Elderly Cats

Safe House Plants for Pets N Kids

The Damned Human Race
by Mark Twain

Parallel Diseases


Cat Cage Cozy and Toy Patterns

What Causes Diabetes In Cats

Feline Diabetes
Source: Cornel University College of Veterinary Medicine Feline Health Center. More HERE


  • A FEMALE CAT and her offspring can produce over 12,500 kittens in five years.
  • A great majority of them become homeless. The euthanasia of many thousands of unwanted cats and kittens takes place each year.
  • Having your cats spayed or neutered (altered, fixed) is a very important part of keeping them safe and happy.
  • A spayed or neutered animal can also be less territorial. If you have a male, that means he won’t urinate on your furniture and plants. They also are less likely to engage in fighting and are less likely to bite. Altered pets are less likely to roam, as they aren’t looking to mate. If they are at home with you and not trying to get out every time you open the door, they are safe from outside dangers such as cars, dogs, rabid animals and fleas or ticks.
  • Altered pets are also less likely to get certain cancers and will not add to the already unmanageable problem of pet overpopulation.
  • Spaying your female pet before their first heat reduces breast and uterine cancer.
  • Neutering your male pet can reduce prostate and testicular cancer.
  • It discourages cats from spraying.
  • Spaying/neutering means lower licensing fees.
  • There are less injuries from roaming and fighting, which means fewer vet bills.
  • It makes happier, healthier companions.

TNR trap – neuter – return. More HERE