Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Obesity, Kneading, Eating Bugs, Symptom Checker

Obesity in Cats and How to Put a Cat on a Diet

 Ever wonder what to do about your overweight cat? Overweight and actually obese cats outnumber cats of normal weight and are being seen more and more commonly by veterinarians for various disorders. In fact, obesity in cats can predispose the cat to diabetes, ...and more. CLICK HERE to read more at PetMD.

 Why Do Cats Knead?

 Kneading is the motion cats make by rhythmically alternating their paws, pushing in and out against a pliable, soft object (such as a lap). Not all cats knead in the same way; some never push out their claws at all, and some even use all four paws. Read more at PetMD: CLICK HERE

Is It Safe for Your Cat to Eat Bugs?

It doesn’t take a devoted cat or dog person to let you know just how different these two species are—the signs are all around us. While dogs are considered “man’s best friend” and have been domesticated, the social contract between cats and people has a few gray areas. It’s as if cats considered our offer of being fed and having a warm place to sleep and answered, “Ok, we’ll take care of the rodents, but as for the rest of that stuff—you’re on your own.” Read more at PetMD: CLICK HERE.

 Cat Symptom Checker

Welcome to the petMD Cat Symptom Checker, where you can easily search our 1,000+ cat health articles based on the symptoms your cat is experiencing. CLICK HERE.


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