What Cat Owners Need to Know About Feline Infectious Viral Diseases

The five most serious infectious viral diseases in cats are feline viral rhinotracheitis (FVR), feline panleukopenia (i.e., feline distemper), feline leukemia (FeLV), feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), and feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). Our Animal Internal Medicine and Specialty Services team wants you to know more about these viruses to help you provide the care and protection [...]

Scaredy Cat? What You Can do About Feline Anxiety

Does your kitty hide beneath the bed when company comes over? What happens when you prepare for a trip? Do they lay inside your suitcase as you pack? Does your cat react in kind when you’re tired, grumpy, stressed out, or upset? All cats are different, but feline anxiety is a common experience. Sure, you [...]

More Than Myth: Safety Tips For Black Cats On Halloween

Halloween is one of our nation’s most beloved holidays; iconic images of pumpkins, ghosts, witches, and of course black cats, adorn homes and businesses, storefronts and display cases. Cats, and black cats in particular, have little to celebrate during this time of year, however. Their risk of injury or worse is higher around the end [...]

The Stealthy Threat That is Hyperthyroidism in Cats

Have you ever wished you could eat whatever you want, whenever you want, and still lose weight? Some cats live this dream, but for them it is often more of a nightmare. Hyperthyroidism in cats is a real and a fairly commonly diagnosed condition, to boot. Fortunately, when properly diagnosed, Animal Internal Medicine and Specialty [...]

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