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Easing Feline Stress: Simple Solutions for Anxious Cats

Cats can suffer from anxiety for many reasons, but with an understanding about why cats feel stressed, we can prevent or treat cat anxiety in many cases. Let's look at some symptoms and causes of anxiety in cats as well as ways to help reduce cat stress. With time, patience, and medication, if necessary, you can help your cat take life in stride and avoid the uncomfortable state of being anxious. Key Facts about Cat Anxiety Feline anxiety is common, but often preventable and/or treatable. Al...

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10 Symptoms of Hyperthyroidism in Cats

What is Feline Hyperthyroidism? Hyperthyroidism in cats, or feline hyperthyroidism, is a condition where your cat’s thyroid gland is overactive. It is most common in older cats and, if left untreated, can cause heart failure, organ damage, and possibly death. The thyroid gland is made up of two lobes in your cat’s neck and is part of the endocrine system. It uses hormones to control your cat's? metabolism, energy level, reproduction, growth and development, response to injury, st...

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Diseases of the Eyes in Cats

Understanding Your Cat's Vision Your cat's vision is unlike anything in the animal world. Few animals can match your cat's ability to locate and follow moving targets including their prey, a toy, or a predator. As a result, a feline's eyes are among its most important physical attributes. This is also why maintaining your cat's eye health is so vital to her quality of life. Like all animals, cats can develop diseases, and sometimes, a disease develops in the eyes. Here are se...

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Dealing with Eye Injuries and Watery Eyes in Cats

Diagnosing Common Eye Problems and Injuries in Cats Does your cat constantly have watery eyes, or has he recently sustained an eye injury that is affecting his vision? From a spat with another feline, an encounter with a thorny branch, or a run-in with the sliding glass door—injuries to cat's eyes can happen just about anywhere. One of the most common causes of watery eyes in cat is low-grade viral infections. Typically, this condition is self-limiting and resolves as the virus runs it...

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