Cat Health

Cat Health




Arthritis in Cats

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his causes inflammation of the joints. There are two forms of arthritis that may affect cats - osteoarthritis and traumatic arthritis.

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Cat Wounds

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space blanket or large sheet of plastic 'bubble wrap' to maintain body temperature in cases of shock and hypothermia squares of clean cotton material

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Cat’s Hearing and Ears

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A cat��s excellent hearing is the ��Yang�� that goes with their superior ��Ying�� of night vision. Not only are their ears more sensitive they are mobile with a cat able to move their ears through 180� to face them towards any detected sound. This enables the cat to pinpoint the position of their prey, in both direction and distance.

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Diabetes mellitus sugar diabetes

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In this hormonal condition, the cat is unable to control his blood-sugar levels.

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Diarrhea in Cats

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Like vomiting, diarrhoea is a symptom of an underlying condition and is not an illness in itself.

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Ear Canker otitis in Cats

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An inflammation of the skin lining the ear, otitis is one of the most common conditions in cats, and may occur in one or both ears.

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Ear Flap Wounds in Cats

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These are scratches or tears to the ear flaps pinnas.

Ear Flap Wounds in Cats2019-04-07T00:00:00+02:00