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Americans comprise one of the fattest societies on the planet and 1 out of 3 adults is overweight or obese. These alarming statistics are also true for our pets. Obesity in pets is defined as those who weigh 20-25% above...

What is Hypoallergenic? Up to 15% of us (or some 10 million Americans) are allergic to cats, and 40% of those with asthma are sensitive to these animals. Hypoallergenic cats are believed to produce fewer allergens than other felines. However,...

A University of Ohio study has shown that healthy cats were just as likely as chronically ill cats to refuse food, vomit frequently and leave waste outside their litter box - referred to as sickness behaviors - in response to...

While there are over 10 million more cats than dogs in the United States, dogs are far more likely to be involved in accidents or ingest inappropriate objects. However, approximately 9% of calls to the Pet Poison Helpline were regarding...

Veterinary Pet Insurance (VPI) analyzed the names of the pets of more than half a million customers to come up with a list of the most popular. Unusually, the most popular two names for cats, Max and Bella, are also...

Last week, Friskies® brand cat food premiered "Cat Diaries: The First Ever Movie Filmed by Cats" and gave viewers a look into their magical world. This short film features documentary style footage taken directly from cats, who donned video cameras...

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Kitten kindergarten is the brainchild of Australian veterinary behaviorist Kersti Seksel, who opened her own "Kitty Kindy" under a decade ago for young cats aged 7 to 14 weeks. The concept has now appeared in the U.S., where in many...
Regurgitation resembles vomiting and is due to problems with the esophagus e.g. obstructions, collapsed esophagus and some systemic disorders. Vomiting quickly leads to dehydration. The appearance of the vomitus (undigested, partially digested) and the time between feeding and vomiting helps...