My Cats Are Fighting.  What Should I do?

My Cats Are Fighting. What Should I do?

Many owners wish to provide a “friend” for their cats. Cats can become best pals, grooming each other, playing and sleeping together.   Unfortunately, sometimes two cats end up fighting instead of playing together. So why don’t some cats get along, and what can be...
Cat Not Using the Litterbox

Cat Not Using the Litterbox

Written by Dr. Silke Bogart Your cat may avoid using the litter pan for many reasons; He or she may be sick, stressed by other cats in the household, or merely turned off by the litter pan itself!  Here are some pointers to make your cat’s litterbox a spa experience...
Feline Hyperthyroidism

Feline Hyperthyroidism

Written by Dr. Lyndsay Baxter What is Hyperthyroidism? Hyperthyroidism occurs when thyroid glands produce too much hormone.  The issue is usually caused by an enlargement of one, or both, thyroid glands.  Typically the enlargement is benign, but can sometimes become...
Feline Chronic Kidney Disease

Feline Chronic Kidney Disease

Written by Dr. Michael Dattner Symptoms Weight Loss Increased Thirst Increased Urination Dilute Urine Inappetence General poor body condition About Kidney Disease in Cats Chronic kidney disease is one of the most common health issues in older cats.  Kidneys have many...