It is not only humans who get allergies - cats can also be affected. It is often difficult to determine the cause of an allergic reaction in cats.
Healthy eyes are important for a cat. If any changes or problems arise, consult a vet in good time as many eye disorders can only be treated effectively if treated early enough.
Measuring a cat’s blood pressure from time to time provides information on how efficient the heart is and how elastic the vessel walls are.
Cats can also suffer from elevated levels of glucose in the blood i.e. diabetes mellitus. If the cat receives treatment at an early stage, it can still reach old age despite having this disease.
Cats can also develop epilepsy. Although such seizures are generally not as serious as they look, the cause should be determined.
There is always a risk that cats will catch fleas, especially when the weather is warm.
Cat owners rightly ask which cat food is good and how to recognise this. Here we provide you with an overview.
Urinary tract stones occur in cats in a broad variety of sizes.
As the owner, you are the first to notice when your cat shows signs of illness.
If you provide your cat with a varied diet, it will be well prepared should a change in food ever become necessary.
If a cat scratches itself frequently and its skin or fur have changed, you should determine the cause.
Kidneys cleanse the blood of harmful substances and help to excrete nitrogen.
Struvite stones, which are made up of magnesium-ammonium-phosphate, often lead to illness in cats.
If a cat is overweight, it not only affects its general vitality - it can also cause real health problems.
From teething and tartar to tooth fractures, cats can experience a broad range of tooth problems.