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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.
How can I tell if my cat is constipated?
Would you know if your cat is constipated? Wouldn't it be great to catch it before your cat becomes unwell and needs invasive and expensive vet treatment? In this video I will teach you everything you need to look out for at home to make sure you can spot constipation early in your cat.
What is the best way to change your cat's diet?
Changing your cat's diet can be a battle of wills. We will all have to change our cat's diet sooner or later, often because their old diet does not agree with them. Here is my tried and tested method to help you successfully navigate this often difficult task.
Can I track my cat?
Do you worry where your cat is when they are outside? Or are you afraid to let your cat out because you do not know where they will go? One solution is to put a tracker on your cat! There are so many scenarios where a cat tracker is useful. I do this with my boy, and it is SO fun to see where he goes! Learn more about how cat trackers can give you peace of mind in this short video.
Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP)
Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is a relatively common viral disease of cats. It is caused by feline corona virus. This is not by the same corona virus causing COVID-19 in humans. FIP usually causes young, pedigree cats to suddenly get ill and die. FIP has been a fatal disease for decades in cats. It is still a fatal disease if not treated, but now, for the first time, we are starting to see cats survive this horrendous disease. At last we have a promising treatment for this viral disease. Find out more about FIP in this video and find out why cats with FIP are still dying despite this promising treatment.
Top tips to help find your missing cat
Our beloved cat going missing, it is something we all dread. There are things that you can do before and during the time that your cat is missing to give you the best chance of being reunited with your cat. These are my top 5 tips to make sure you are your kitty are reunited.
Why is my young cat peeing outside litter box?
Does your young cat wee outside the litter tray sometimes? Maybe on the bed or on the floor? Why do they do this??! There is a very common medical reason for this in young cats, and a common behavioural reason. Both are solvable! I will run you through both of these reasons in this video. You can find more information on cystitis here https://youtu.be/FLXu9lplcWw
How do I identify flea dirt?
As we come into Spring and Summer we will start to see more fleas. Cats can pick up fleas just from being outside or from fighting with other cats. Fleas can multiply fast in your home and on your cat, none of us want that! Being able to identify between flea dirt and regular dirt will help you catch and eliminate the problem quickly. In less than a minute I will give you a quick hack that will help you identify flea dirt every time.
Dental disease in cats - Feline resorptive lesions
Dental problems are common in cats. Cats may have no symptoms, or they may have problems eating, eat on one side of their mouth, drop food, drool or have broken a broken tooth, sometimes even multiple sore or broken teeth. Feline resorptive lesions (FRLs) is one of the most common causes of teeth problems in cats. It is also the reason why dental x-rays are so important in cats. You can learn all about this common condition in my short video.
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