Your Cat's Health

Ask any mother, a sick baby that can’t tell you what’s wrong is a real concern, and the same happens with a sick pet. This section is dedicated to some of the most common illnesses in cats. It indicates the signs you should watch for, what actions you must take and how to help your cat on it’s way to recovery.

 If your cat shows any sign of sickness or any unusual behavior, you must take it to a veterinarian immediately. Don’t waste time. It is best to be safe than sorry and an early diagnosis means less suffering for your pet and a better chance of recovery if the sickness or injury becomes something serious.

 Quite often, a change in behavior is the first sign of a health problem. A normal active cat, with a good appetite, will be depressed, lethargic and will refuse to eat. The problem can be as simple as parasites, a fur ball or constipation, but may be a sign of something more serious, so have it checked up and ask for advise from your veterinarian.

Signs of Cat Disease

Cat Glaucoma, Ear Mites and Hematoma

Cat Glandular and Blood Diseases, Anemia and Feline Leukemia

Cat Mouth Problems, Gingivitis and Cat Ulcers

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus and Infectious Feline Anemia

Respiratory Problems, Cat Flu and Asthma

Digestive and Abdominal Problems, Cat Vomiting and Diarrhea

Cat Fleas and treatment for Infestation

Cat Parasites and Tapeworm

Cat Ticks, Mites and Safe use of Pesticide

Cat Toxoplasmosis and Infectious Feline Peritonitis

Cat Allergic Dermatitis, Abscesses and Ringworm

Infectious Feline Enteritis and Cat Diabetes

Urinary Tract Disorders and Kidney Disease

Problems in the Eyes and Ears, Cat Entropy and Cataracts

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