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.
Readers write in asking questions and readers answer, this series includes: Ask US Anything: Ragdoll Cat with Growth on Outer Ear, Frequent UTIs, Hard Water vs. Water Softener.
Ever wonder how did we get from the loving cuddles to the unflattering bites with our kitties? Why does my cat purr and then bite me?
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).
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?
Jenny Dean’s Floppycats interviews Dr. Jean Hofve of Little Big Cat about grain free cat food and if it’s bad for cats. Read the interview transcript or listen to the audio for free here.
Readers write in asking questions and readers answer, this series includes: Mole or Beauty Mark in Ragdoll Cat’s Ear, Walking with Claws Out + Sneezing All the Time.
Floppycats reader, Kira, writes about the discovery and treatment of her Ragdoll cat’s Cryptococcosis and what changes she had to make.
We’re updating this page on a regular basis when credible sources release new information about COVID-19 corona virus and cats.
I took this video during Ragdoll cat Caymus’ most recent visit to the vet. Our all cat vet has suggested that my mom give her 15-year old Ragdoll cats, B12 injections once a week due to their early stage renal failure.