Common Cat Conditions & Treatments

As much as we want them to live forever with only sunshine and rainbows, cats are prone to a slew of certain diseases and health conditions. Learn all about common cat health conditions and treatments so you can get them the care they need to get back to purring and 'making biscuits'.

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Here's What Causes Your Cat's Dry Skin (and Home Remedies to Try)

A case of dry skin isn't usually serious, but it can make your cat super uncomfortable! Here's how to nix the itch.

Is Your Cat Suffering From Depression?

Cats can suffer from depression just like people, but once it's correctly identified, is usually short term.

Can Cats Get Colds? Here's How to Get a Sick Kitty 'Feline' Better

Cats can catch colds, but not from us humans. Learn to recognize when your cat has a cold, how to help her feel better, and when to get help from your veterinarian.

Can Cats See in the Dark? How a Cat’s Night Vision Differs from Humans

Combined with their other senses, cats have excellent nighttime vision making them the perfect little midnight hunters.

Can Cats See Color?

Do our favorite felines see color? Although cats don’t enjoy rainbows like we do, their vision is a little different than you might expect.

Everything You Need to Know About Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) in Cats

If your cat tests positive for FIV, there’s no need to panic. This disease does put him at an increased risk of developing other infections and illnesses, but with regular veterinary and home care he can still lead a full, happy life.

More Common Conditions & Treatments

Everything You Need To Know About Feline Leukemia (FeLV)

Feline leukemia is most common in young cats who go outdoors. Learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of feline leukemia, and how to care for an infected cat.

Could Your Cat Have Cancer? Here’s How How To Tell

An early diagnosis provides the best chance for felines who may be suffering from cancer.

Does Your Cat Have Separation Anxiety? How to Spot the Signs

Though sometimes cats seem aloof, your kitty can in fact get lonely when you’re not with them. Learn how to spot the signs of separation anxiety in cats and how to manage your closely-bonded feline’s stressors.