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Affecting approximately one percent of the domestic feline

Affecting approximately one percent of the domestic feline


How Long Do Cats Live? Facts About the Average Cat Lifespan

Affecting approximately one percent of the domestic feline population in the United States, feline asthma is the most common…

Cat lovers, this is how a feline friend can boost your health

Do outdoor cats need to die? (Saverio Maria Gallotti / Alamy)

FIV (feline immunodeficiency virus) in cats

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Erin McCarthy

Congenital Heart Defects in Cats

Cats of the Cornell Lab:

In the United States, cats are the most popular house pet, with about 90

Feline Tooth Resorption

According to the Feline Health Center at Cornell University, the virus affects approximately 1.5 to 3 percent of healthy cats in the United States, ...

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Are All Orange Cats Male and All Calico Cats Female?

Healthy cat teeth: Busting myths about your feline's fangs

Cat intelligence

Cats are the leading cause of death for birds in Canada according to a recent report. (Amr Abdallah Dalsh/Reuters )

Caught in the act, a cat toys with a hooded warbler it just killed in a Florida backyard. Nationwide, some scientists estimate that outdoor cats—even ...

"Unfeeling" Cats. "

Facts About Cat Dander and Allergies

How Ancient Egypt's beloved cats helped our feline friends colonise the planet

Large-Scale International Study of Feline HCM Provides Survival & Morbidty Data

In fact, half the cats in the world don't respond at all. Sensitivity to Nepeta cataria is inherited; cats with one catnip-sensitive parent have just a ...


Cat Chromosome Information

Savannah Cat Kills Fox in Belle Meade Island, Miami, FL

8 deadly cat diseases

Feline leukemia misconceptions

'Mysterious power over humanity': How cats affect health

Cats and Mating

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Gingivitis is a common condition affecting almost 80 percent of adult cats.

A Siamese cat sitting on a bed and looking into the camera.

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Cats rule the world. But how did they get here? (Tierfotoagentur / Alamy)

Coronavirus in Cats


The truth about animal charities, cats and dogs

Feline Rhinitis & Upper Respiratory Disease

All across the country, it's harder than ever to survive.

Should You Let Your Cat Sleep in Bed with You?

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Cats kill 1 million Australian birds a day, study shows

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Especially known for their efficiency in controlling rabbit populations, feral cats are the number one reason for mammal deaths. But they are also credited ...

Figure 1: Tye life cycle of Toxoplasma gondii.

20 Amazing Facts You Never Knew About Your Cat

(a) Probability distribution of estimated bird mortality caused by all free-ranging cats in mainland areas of the contiguous United States.

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Unfortunately, the obesity epidemic that affects people also affects our pets. If your vet has recently declared your cat overweight and instructed you to ...

Sand Cat

If we don't contain Britain's burgeoning feral cats, the rest of our wildlife will suffer the consequences

Worms in Cats: Everything You Need to Know

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Heart disease in cats: identifying and managing feline heart disease in practice | Veterinary Practice

Why can't cats drink milk? Plus 6 other feline myths

'It is evident that felines suffer needlessly when undergoing this surgery as an elective measure,' Dr. Troy Bourque, says the head of the Canadian ...

The Inner Life of Cats

9 Interesting Facts About Cat Paws


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Image: A cats steps out of a litter box at The Cat House on the

The environmental footprint of your pet is bigger than you think

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Eric Nyquist

Saving Cats, One Innovative Idea at a Time

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Black Footed Cat Facts

Home body: Badger stays safe indoors

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After seven years, the number of descendants of one unspayed female cat would total between

Cat plague is back after nearly 40 years in hiding – here's what you need to know