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?
Readers write in asking questions – this series includes a Seal Mitted Ragdoll getting white hairs on face, what to ask when adopting a Ragdoll from a shelter and a kitten pooping outside of the litterbox.
Here’s an idea that might help other cat-medicine-givers.
My 12 year old ragdoll was just put on prednisone and the tablets are really small. I ordered a new pill popper from Amazon with a rubber tip – and it’s good – but the pills just want to slide out of it because they are so small.
Read how one reader went about getting rid of ringworm in her house and on her kitten in just 3 weeks, after she fought it for 6 months.
When I interviewed Dr. Jean Hofve about Geriatric Cats, she mentioned that she thought all geriatric cats should be on 4 supplements for cats: an omega 3, a probiotic, a digestive enzyme and an antioxidant.
We’ve received a lot of questions about cats biting their owners. It’s totally understandable that this could cause some concern for pet owners, especially if your cat is biting you very hard – sometimes hard enough to draw blood. Read on to learn about 4 possible reasons why.
If you have ever noticed your cat chirping or let out a chirp or chatter, but could never figure out why – find out today!
Readers write in asking questions – this series includes a a Ragdoll owner wondering if blue-eyed Ragdoll cats see well, what it means when a cat quivers while sleeping and how to get a cat to eat after major abdominal surgery.
Read or listen to our interview with Dr. Jean Hofve, DVM about vaccines for cats – what’s good and what’s bad and more!
Buying cat meds online is a great way for cat owners to save money. Check our list of online vet pharmacies and cat medication providers. Here at Floppy Cats we’ve also got some cool lifestyle tips for your cat too. Check it out.