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Feline viral upper respiratory tract disease is caused by Feline Herpes Virus and/or Feline Calicivirus infection. Any age cat can become ill, but the disease most often attacks kittens or weakened individuals.
Good preventive care begins with careful attention to the basics.
General grooming is an important part of good coat and skin health for your cat, but how easily this is accomplished and how often will depend on your cat.
Yes! Home dental care is one of the best ways to help keep your pet's teeth and gums healthy.
That depends on your cat. Many cats are excellent self-groomers and rarely need ear care while others should have routine cleanings. If you notice wax, dirt, or other debris, then it is probably time for a cleaning.
A high quality feline diet is essential for proper growth and development of your kitten and for maintenance of a happy, healthy adult.
Scratching is a normal feline behavior. The difficult part is training them to use something other than furniture or door frames.
That really depends on how old the kitten is and what state of health he or she is in. Consider a veterinary examination to help determine the kitten's age, exact care needs, or if any health problems exist.
Unspayed cats often repeatedly cycle through heat until they are spayed or bred.
Start a complete flea control program immediately. Fleas live by sucking the blood of your pets. They can bite humans as well. Fleas can cause discomfort by biting, anemia, skin allergies, spread disease and transmit tapeworms.
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