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Cats


Thinking of Making Your Cat's Food? Read This First

When we think of the ideal meal, our minds gravitate to home-cooked meals simmering on the stove, loaded with flavor and fresh ingredients. They not only taste better than processed or frozen meals, but the nutritional value is unmatched. So it’s only natural that cat owners might want the same for their felines, pampering them with meals they’ve created with ingredients they trust. However, making your cat’s food does come with some warnings, especially if you’re considering the raw route.


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How to Help Your Deaf Cat Live a Fulfilling Life

Do you share your home with a deaf cat? Or have you wondered if, perhaps, your feline friend is hard of hearing? If so, you’ve likely wondered how to give a non-hearing cat the best life possible. Like their hearing counterparts, deaf cats can enjoy happy, enriching lives. And for the most part, they do not need much in terms of specialized care.


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6 Ways Your Cat Tries to Communicate with You

As a pet parent, you’ve probably looked at your feline friend countless times and wondered what was going through their head. While your cat, unfortunately, can’t talk to you, that does not mean they are unable to communicate. You just have to learn how to speak their language — and no, we don’t mean trying to translate their meows and purrs into English!


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How to Help Your Blind Cat Stay Safe and Spectacular

Although blindness occurs more often in dogs than cats, it does happen. Despite requiring extra safety precautions around the home, blind cats can lead happy, fulfilling lives. It’s unfortunately common for older cats to suffer vision loss, just as humans begin to experience gradual vision loss as they age and often require reading glasses.


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5 Common Cat Illnesses and What You Need to Know

Part of being a responsible cat owner is knowing how to recognize when something isn’t right. While the thought of your beloved companion getting sick is a frightening one, no cat is immune to illness. Even if you are a perfect pet parent and do everything right when caring for your cat, they could suffer from a wide range of health problems.


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Looking for a Purr-fect Holiday Gift? Check Out These 5 Fun and Safe Toys for Cats!

The holiday season is in full swing, and if you are like most folks, you’ve likely been spending lots of time making your list and checking it twice. If you haven’t crossed your feline family member off your gift list yet, we’re here to help you find a fantastic feline-friendly present. As veterinarians, we want you and your cat to have a fun and festive holiday season free from unexpected mishaps. That’s why we decided to share a few of our top picks for fun and safe toys for cats. Let’s jump right in!


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