Home Remedies for Cat Tear Stains
Tear stains on pets are typically caused by excessive tear production. This condition is known as Epiphora by veterinarians. While it's not usually anything to concern yourself about, tear stains are quite unsightly. If you're looking for some home remedies for cat tear stains, I'm sharing a few that I've tested myself. There are commercial products designed to remove tear staining from your pet, but they are made with chemicals and harsh ingredients. They're also more expensive than the easy home remedies that I'm sharing in this article.
Dog Got Scratched By A Cat: Should I Be Worried?
Your dog got scratched by a cat? Well, there can be multiple reasons why that happened, and there is also plenty of outcome to...
Home Remedies for Respiratory Infection in Cats
The vast majority (about 80%) of respiratory infections in cats are viral. This means that there really isn’t much your veterinarian can do to treat the condition, but they may be able to help manage the symptoms. If you’re hoping to save a trip to the vet’s office, you can manage the symptoms on your own with these home remedies for respiratory infection in cats.
How To Introduce Cats To Each Other: A Step-by-Step Process
Cats are fickle creatures, so there is no guarantee that they will get along. Learning how to introduce your cats to each other gradually will be crucial to their future together. No matter what the reason is that you’ve adopted another cat, you need to make the introduction process as smooth as possible. The smoother the introduction, the faster the cats will get used to each other and be able to cohabitate in peace.
Home Remedies for Cat UTI: 4 Safe Options
Urinary tract infections are fairly common in cats. They aren’t typically something to get too worried about. When treated properly, UTI’s will not cause any long term damage to your cat’s urinary tract. These home remedies for cat UTI issues may help clear up the problem. However, you’ll need to monitor your cat closely to make sure the symptoms aren’t getting any worse.
Recipe: Homemade Cat Food for UTI
Urinary tract infections are a common ailment in cats. Typically, they are nothing to worry about – as long as you treat them in a timely manner. If your cat is prone to urinary tract issues, you may be able to help prevent them with a change in diet. Just be sure to check with your veterinarian before switching to this homemade cat food for UTI.
7 Things You Should NEVER Do With Your Cat
Over the past 2 decades, our family has raised many cats. In fact, we currently have 7 feline family members! We’ve taken in rescues, adopted kittens and provided a home for strays. These cats have all had their own unique issues, and they’ve taught me A LOT about things you should never do with your cat.
Recipe: Homemade Cat Food with Pork
You don't have to be a gourmet chef to prepare meals, like this homemade cat food with pork, for your pet. You do need to have some knowledge of feline nutrition, though. Unless you're prepared to do a lot of research and educate yourself on the unique nutritional needs of felines in every stage of life, it's important to consult with an expert before switching your cat to a homemade diet.
Is My Cat Pregnant? How To Tell and What To Do?
Hopefully, your cat's pregnancy was a planned event. If this is your pet's first litter, you may be wondering how to tell if your cat is pregnant. If your cat's pregnancy was planned, hopefully you've done some research. If not, you've come to the right place!
How To Tell If Your Cat Is Depressed and What To Do About It?
Depression reduces a cat’s quality of life. Every owner should know how to tell if your cat is depressed, as cats are very sensitive creatures.
Easy Cat Food Recipe with Salmon
Fish is one of the most common protein sources used in commercial cat food products. So, it's safe to say that it's a good source of protein to consider when making your pet homemade meals. Salmon is readily available in most regions, and you can buy it fresh or canned. This easy cat food recipe is made with limited ingredients and should be a suitable meal for most adult cats.
Recipe: Balanced Homemade Cat Food Recipe
Before you begin feeding this recipe, discuss the change in diet with your vet or a trained feline nutritionist. They will be able to tell you if this food will provide adequate nutrition to meet your pet's unique needs. It's likely that the expert you consult will recommend adding supplements to this recipe. In fact, a recent study performed on 114 homemade cat food recipes showed that many recipes (even the ones that come from veterinarians) do not have all the adequate nutrients that the “average” cat needs.