There are multiple isles with multiple shelves containing multiple varieties and brands of cat food. How do you know which one is truly a health cat food? Is natural cat food best, or is organic the best? You might try to read the labels and the packaging, but if you don’t know what you’re looking for you may still feel pretty confused about what’s truly the best for your cat’s health. That’s the way I felt anyway, so I started doing more intensive research on natural cat food.
Here are some ingredients to look for and to avoid when you are shopping for a healthy or natural cat food: Continue reading
I’ve become a strong believer that it is well worth the time to find a premium food, like Natural Balance cat food. You may need to try a few to find the ones your cat will love, and you may not be able to buy it at your local grocery store, but once you start feeding your cat a quality cat food you will notice the difference. You kitty will be happier and healthier, and you should notice less shedding, a healthier coat and hopefully less unscheduled visits to the vet.
Feline urinary tract infection is a serious problem that needs to be diagnosed and treated by your vet right away. It can occur in any cat, but it seems to be more common in males.
Some cats with feline urinary tract infection can develop crystals in their urine. These crystals can block the urethra and prevent the cat from urinating. A complete urinary obstruction is very serious and can be life threatening. If you notice your cat hasn’t been able to urinate seek medical attention right away, especially if he is showing other symptoms of feline urinary tract infection.
Symptoms of FLUTD or feline urinary tract infection include Continue reading
Diabetes in cats is a complicated disease that can be slightly different in every cat. Regular testing is vital when establishing the right feline diabetes treatment plan for your feline friend.
Diabetes in cats occurs when a cat’s body looses its ability to regulate blood sugar levels. The blood sugar is largely regulated by insulin which is produced by the pancreas. Depending on how much the insulin production has been decreased the diabetic cat may show few signs of this cat illness.
Feline diabetes treatment will likely include some level of insulin support. Part of the feline diabetes treatment should also include Continue reading