If your cat has blood in its stool on only one occasion, and otherwise appears to be eating, drinking and acting normally, the cause may simply be a minor gastrointestinal upset, such as eating too much, eating a unfamiliar food, or eating something that does not agree with him.
It’s a frequent refrain heard at the vets office- “why do cats cough up hairballs?” Hairballs are a fact of life for cat owners, but that doesn’t make dealing with these unpleasant occurrences any easier. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to help minimize hairball formation, and keep your cat from developing a more severe medical problem as a result.
The important question to keep in mind is what it costs to not have your cat neutered. A responsible cat owner will have their cats neutered between 2 and 6 months of age to make sure they have a long healthy and happy life.
Kitten mills are not all that difficult to recognize. In most cases, you will be able to spot without excessive effort, too many cats. There will be cats everywhere, and the great majority will most likely be in crates, although those you will most likely never see.
With clumping litter you do not need to change the entire pan of litter every time you clean the box. Instead, you simply scoop out the waste and add a bit more litter to the box. You should, however, completely swap out the litter according to the frequency specified on the package.
While most people think of cats as calm, gentle and even docile animals, aggressive cats are not as uncommon as you might think. Aggression is the second most common behavior problem in cats.
Pregnancy and the birth of kittens
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