Benefits of Cat Vaccinations
The benefits of cat vaccinations include keeping your cat or your family from contracting preventable diseases.

Causes of Hair Loss in Cats
The causes of hair loss in cats can range from overgrooming to flea infestation.

Your Healthy Cat: Signs of a Healthy Skin and Coat
A healthy cat has a shiny, mat-free coat and skin that's free of lumps, bumps and fleas.

Diagnosing Lumps Under Your Cat’s Skin
Lumps under your cat's skin are not entirely uncommon. Here's what you may have found:

Five Tips to Keep Your Cat’s Teeth Healthy
Keeping your cat's teeth healthy requires regular check-ups, teeth brushing and the occasional dental treat.

Flea Prevention for Cats
Flea prevention for cats is as simple as preventative flea treatments for your cat and your home.

How to Brush Your Cat’s Teeth
Knowing how to brush your cat’s teeth can help reduce the tartar buildup that can cause decay and other health problems. Here’s how.

Identifying Food and Skin Allergies in Cats
Identifying allergies in cats is essential to health and well-being.

Keeping Your Cat Healthy: Cat Exercise Disguised as Playtime
Even indoor cats need regular exercise. Here’s how to disguise cat exercise as playtime.

Keeping Your Kitten Healthy: What to Do and What to Look For
Keeping your kitten healthy is essential to her growing into a happy adult cat. Here’s how:

Preventing Hairballs in Cats
Preventing hairballs in cats is possible with these simple tips.

Signs of a Healthy Cat
A healthy cat displays has bright eyes, a clear nose and a good appetite.

Symptoms of Worms and Parasites in Cats
Knowing the symptoms of worms and parasites in cats is key.

Symptoms of a Sick Cat
Be on the lookout for these common symptoms of a sick cat.

The Facts About Cat Fleas
Cat fleas can cause irritation and illness in your cat. Here’s how to prevent a flea infestation.

Top 10 Signs of Pet Cancer
Recognizing the 10 early warning signs of pet cancer can help ensure a swift diagnosis.

Why Dogs and Cats Have Anal Glands and How to Prevent Them From Getting Impacted
If you suspect your cat has impacted anal glands, you’ll want to take her to a veterinarian.