• 24 APR 14
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    Veterinary Care of your New Kitten

    Veterinary Care of your New Kitten

    Part of your commitment to your new kitten, is to ensure that it is healthy and free of disease and discomfort. You should also try to prevent disease or injury…

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    • 24 APR 14
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    The Twilight Years

    The Twilight Years

    With improved medical care and an understanding of proper nutrition and a healthy lifestyle, humans are living longer. The same is true for our cats. The standard of nutrition has improved…

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    • 24 APR 14
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    The Big Itch – Flea control in Cats

    The Big Itch – Flea control in Cats

    Flea control in cats is not a luxury it is a necessity. All cats, if left untreated and allowed to walk about, will have fleas. Flea infestation is not simply an irritation…

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    • 24 APR 14
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    Squamous-cell carcinoma

    On radio, television and in the printed media we humans are constantly warned about the dangers of exposure to the harmful rays of the sun. We are warned to cover our skin…

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    • 24 APR 14
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    Poisoning and your Cat

    Poisoning and your Cat

    We all know cats are special. But so is their physiology. Your cat is not a little dog, nor is it a little person, although we often think they are! Their body functions and systems operate uniquely…

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    • 24 APR 14
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    Feline Infectious Peritonitis

    Feline Infectious Peritonitis

    Infection of a cat with the FIP (Feline Infectious Peritonitis) virus is any cat breeder or cat owner’s worst nightmare. Not only is it very difficult to diagnose…

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