Bladder health issues are unfortunately relatively common in cats. Vets have a fancy medical term for such issues - Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD). What are the signs of Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease?Signs of Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease include: Straining to urinate Urinating small amounts frequently Frequent and/or prolonged attempts to urinate Crying out or exhibiting pain while urinating Excessive licking of the genital area Urinating outside the litter box when this has not happened before Blood in the urine Should I be worried?Yes! Especially if you have a male cat that has not urinated for 8-12...
Cats are known to be easier to maintain and care for compared to dogs. They do not need a lot of space or daily walks or regular baths.
Due to being such low maintenance pets, cat owners generally assume that cats do not need as much attention as dogs do. This is unfortunately not the case; cats benefit from interactive play and exercise as much as dogs and humans.
The right balance of Omega-3 and Omega-6 is essential for your pet to be healthy as neither can function optimally without the other. When any of it is missing, it can compromise your pet’s immune system and endanger its health
Ringworm is a type of fungal infection that can infect a wide range of animals and humans. Despite the name, this infection is not in any way related to worms. Both indoor and outdoor cats are prone to this infection as it is easily transmitted. Ringworm infections occur on the top layer of the skin when fungi or its spore make contact with your cat’s skin