Winter Tips for Felines
Feline Upper Respiratory Infections
Would a house call be good for your cat?
Hypertension can have a devastating impact on many body systems, including the eyes, kidney, heart and central nervous system. Sometimes the first clues that a cat has hypertension come from signs noticed by the owner, such as dilated pupils due to blindness, head tilt, loss of balance, disorientation, and even seizures. Signs of hypertension may also be more subtle such as vocalization, poor appetite and lethargy.
Medicating a cat is a lot like playing patty cake with a bear trap. But it doesn't have to be! Here are a few of our favorite ways to make pill giving a breeze for both you and your kitty!