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How do I know if my cat is happy?

Who never asked themselves whether their feline was happy? Meowing, purring, body language are attitudes that need to be deciphered. Meyou Paris helps you distinguish whether your companion is happy to live with you thanks to 10 signs that don’t deceive! 1. Your cat is chatting with you Your cat does not have his tongue […]

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How To Treat Pancreatitis in Cats

Pancreatitis in cats can be a serious disease, and it is a disease that can at times be very expensive to treat. The pancreas is a rather small organ, but it is one that performs two life-sustaining functions. Pancreatitis – in this case, feline pancreatitis – is a condition in which the pancreas has become […]

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Types of Mange that Can Affect Cats

Four Types of Mange in Cats and How They Are Treated

There are several kinds of mange in cats, often labeled as feline mange. One of the more common is demodectic mange or demodicosis. There are three different forms of demodicosis and two of them can affect cats. Another kind is sarcoptic mange, which is also somewhat common and can also affect humans. Three additional categories […]

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Distemper in Cats

Distemper in Cats – Highly Dangerous yet Preventable

Distemper in cats, also known as feline distemper, is a disease caused by a virus. This virus, the feline panleukopenia virus, or FPV, is highly contagious. It is closely related to the virus that causes the same type of disease in dogs and can often prove fatal to a cat. While the two viruses are […]

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An In-Depth Guide to Roundworms in Cats

An In-Depth Guide to Roundworms in Cats

It’s not very uncommon to find roundworms in cats, especially in kittens. When kittens have roundworm infestations, it is usually because the worms have been passed on to them by their mother prior to their birth or following their birth through their mother’s milk. Cats of any age can be infected with roundworms, as can […]

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How To Train Your Older Cat To Accept a Kitten

How To Train Your Older Cat To Accept a Kitten

Many cat owners do not realize that their single adult cats may have trouble getting along with a new kitten. A new kitten is usually willing to make friends, but older cats in the household may not want to do anything with the younger ones. Older cats often appear sad, reclusive, whistle a lot, and […]

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Toxic Foods For Your Cat

Anything that is good for you is not good for your cat. This principle is particularly true when it comes to food. As felines have a different metabolism than ours, some of our foods can be dangerous to them and cause them digestive problems or even severe intoxication. So be careful, whether it’s about possible […]

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How do you manage to get your cat to lose weight?

It may be a little while since you suspected it, without really admitting it, but the facts are there: kitty has undeniably grown! Even if its small rounded curves don’t make it any less cute, you start to think seriously about dieting it. By doing this, you will contribute to the long-term health of your […]

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Cat hair: how to get over it?

The days get longer, the temperatures gradually soften… so many signs that show us the return of spring. But this season also marks the return of the invaders: hair! Unless you own a sphinx cat (whose coat is very, very short), soon cat hairs will be everywhere in your house: embedded in the carpet and […]

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Why Is My Cat Throwing Up?

A cat throwing up occasionally is not as unusual as cat vomiting expels hairballs. Gastric irritations that cause frequent cat vomiting and include bile, mucus, or blood may indicate a serious intestinal issue like an obstruction or an underlying chronic condition such as kidney disease or diabetes. Causes: How often is your cat vomiting? 1-3 […]

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