Feeding your cat a high-quality cat food supplies her with most of the vitamins and minerals required by the average healthy feline.
But just like us humans, sometimes your cat needs a little extra help.Continue reading
Over the course of these past few years apple cider vinegar has become an irreplaceable part of cuisine, medicine and cosmetics due to its numerous health advantages. Whether we’re using it for beauty, cooking or even treating mild health problems, it’s a fact that apple cider vinegar comes in handy in a variety of ways. […]Continue reading
A common problem for both indoor and outdoor cats is nasal congestion. You’ll know if your cat is congested if it has the following common symptoms: Breathlessness Sneezing Coughing Crusty formations on the nostrils Watering eyes Signs of discomfort Due to the fact that congested sinuses block normal airflow, your feline furball will be in […]Continue reading
The feline organism heals differently than ours. That, however, doesn’t mean that cats don’t bleed and hurt just like we humans, do. It comes only natural for many pet parents to ask themselves if the pain reliefs and medications they use might be safe for their cats too. Whether the kitty has a problem with […]Continue reading
In this modern day and age we can get medicine for the prevention and treatment of some the most perilous diseases our ancestors couldn’t cope with even just a century ago. And thanks to present-day medicine we can also get a vast variety of medications when it comes to our pets. As pet parents we […]Continue reading
Benadryl is among the most popular products you’ll find in any pharmacy. Its numerous applications often come in handy when you wish to treat your allergies, runny nose, common cold, skin rash, insomnia or motion sickness. You may or may not have heard that some pet parents give Benadryl to their canines. So it only […]Continue reading
Melatonin is an over-the-counter all-natural supplement which you can buy at your local drug store without any special prescriptions. Pet parents sometimes use it for their dogs and felines. So it must be safe, right? Well, the answer actually depends on a lot of factors, including the purpose behind the usage, as well as the […]Continue reading