Read how the Bath and Body Works Wallflower poisoned and killed a Ragdoll cat.
You know what I am talking about – where they leave their mouth slightly open and then sort of daze off for a second and then lick their nose and close their mouth again?
Read about my experience taking my Ragdoll cat, Charlie, to the emergency vet for foaming at his mouth and vomiting saliva – see photos, x-rays and more.
Read about the toxicity of plugin air fresheners for your cat – they can cause diarrhea, liver or kidney damage, cancer, nervous system problems and death.
Eye infections are quite common in cats so every cat owner is bound to deal with some form of it. It is important that owners know how to recognize the signs of eye infections in their cats because they have to know when it is time to take the cat to the vet.
Thank you to holistic veterinarian Dr. Jane Laura Doyle, DVM for taking the time to do this interview with us. Learn more about veterinary homeopathy here.
Read or listen to our interview about Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) with Holistic Veterinarian Jennifer Ramelmeier, DVM.
PetAlive formulates a line of herbal and homeopathic remedies crafted to naturally support the quality of life of our pets, with pet-friendly doses and remedies.
Unfortunately, blackheads and acne are not just for teenagers—they can turn up on your cat’s chin, too, as they have on Chiggy and Caymus (see videos on this post to see what I mean).
This page discusses the importance of early spay and neuter of Ragdoll kittens by Ragdoll cat breeders before they go home to their forever homes.