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.
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?
Floppycats reader Marcia shares her story of how she solved the case of her cat’s projectile diarrhea.
Recently a reader wrote in with serious questions and concerns about bringing home a Ragdoll kitten with Giardia. Read our discussion on Facebook about it!
Read or listen to our interview with Dr. Jean Hofve, DVM about vaccines for cats – what’s good and what’s bad and more!
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).
A reader recently asked for guidance on a tough question: should she bring home a kitten who has ringworm? Here’s what we found out.
Seeing a cat go crazy over plastic grocery bags or a plastic shower curtain? Find out why and what to do here!
There are a lot of different reasons cats might be losing hair around their necks. Here some possible causes to investigate.
In an exciting recent study, Kansas State University veterinary medicine researchers have started the process of developing an antiviral treatment for a deadly infectious cat disease: feline infectious peritonitis (FIP).