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Tumors under the tongue
An easily missed tumor in cats is one that develops under their tongue. This is often only spotted when the cat is showing obvious signs and starts to drool or develop a swelling around their jaw. To spot this tumor early your vet should check under your cat's tongue every time they are examined.
Complete and complementary foods in cats
Did you know that not all cat foods are nutritionally balanced? There are a huge range of cat foods on the market, it can be confusing to know which is best for your cat. Watch this video to find out what the difference is between complete and complementary foods in cats.
How to get rid of fleas... for good!
"Where are the fleas coming from!" I hear this all the time from cat owners. I know exactly where they are coming from and I can help you get rid of them... for good! If you are planning on treating your house you will need to use an insecticide that will kill flea eggs and larvae. These can be toxic for cats, so you need to be careful when using and speak to your vet before using. There are many products on the market that are effective, including Indorex and RIP Fleas.
Neutering in cats
Did you know that you can go from one cat to SEVEN cats in about 10 weeks?! If you have a female cat she can get pregnant at just sixteen weeks of age, giving you a whole litter of up to six kittens when she is only six months old. Unneutered male cats have an extremely high mortality rate from the risks they take and often get killed on the road. These are just some of the good reasons to neuter! Are you not quite sure what neutering involves and if it is the right thing to do for your cat? I can tell you everything you need to know about what it involves and why it is so important. And no, neutering will not change your cat's purrsonality - your cat will still be your cat, just neutered!
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