Growing Up With Pets – Kids And Cats

Growing up with felines is a brilliant ordeal. Children can figure out how to approach creatures with deference and love, something they can convey with them to adulthood.   Cat’s sensitive areas Continuously get felines with the two hands. One hand should bolster the back paws and the other use to help its chest and […]

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Cat Eye Infection A Common And Widespread Problem

Cat Eye Infection is a common and widespread problem. Very often, besides the virus as the cause of the infection, the infection will cause the intracellular microorganism – Chlamidophila felis. Since chlamydia is an intracellular microorganism living in living cells, the infection is transmitted by direct contact between cats. Likewise, it is possible to transfer the […]

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Is Euthanasia The Only Choice?-Viral Cervical Peritonitis (FIP)

Viral Cervical Peritonitis (FIP) Viral Cervical Peritonitis (FIP) is an incurable disease caused by the cat coronavirus. There are two types of this virus: The first intestine(FCoV) sometimes leads to mild inflammation of the bowels (enteritis) with transient diarrhea and the other (FIPV) causes FIP.In laboratory findings is difficult to distinguish it, which is a […]

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FIV (Cat AIDS) – One Of 3 Most Dangerous Cat Diseases

All three infectious diseases are of viral origin, very specific (only cats are cats) and incurable. Below are some professional explanations and some tips on how to deal with the disease and, much more importantly, how to prevent it.   FIV (Cat AIDS)  Dr. Victoria Churchill, of Australia, gives a kitten a vaccine during a […]

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Cat Leukemia ( FeLV ) Lethal Cat Disease – What You Should Know!

FeLV (cat leukemia) Cat lymphocytic virus is a highly contagious retrovirus that causes immunosuppression (immune depletion), secondary infections of various organ systems, and numerous neoplastic (tumorous) and blood abnormalities. FeLV is the leading cause of death in cats whose cause is transmitted through saliva and blood. As FIVs disease is aggressive, so FeLV is a […]

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Why My Cat Is Vomiting?

Reasons  Vomiting in cats is normally caused by an aggravation that influences either the stomach or the duodenum, which is the main segment of the small digestive tract. With a specific end goal to free the body of the aggravation, the procedure of peristalsis happens backward, so the aggravation works its way to move down […]

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