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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Feline Upper Respiratory Infections: Does Your Cat Have a Cold?

Understand the signs of a cat’s upper respiratory infection so you can treat your cat’s cold, including coughing, wheezing, sneezing, and runny nose.

What to Do If Your Cat Is Getting Hairballs

Cat hairballs are common but can sometimes become an emergency. Learn what causes them, what you can do at home, and when to talk to your vet.

Can Dogs & Cats Get the Coronavirus?

Wondering if your family's fur baby is susceptible to COVID-19? Here's what we know so far about how the coronavirus affects pets.

What to Do if Your Cat Has Diarrhea

Cats can get diarrhea for lots of reasons, from food sensitivities to parasites, and even bacterial infections. Find out when to call the vet and how to help treat it at home.

What You Need to Know About Kidney Disease in Cats

Extreme thirst and frequent urination may be signs of kidney disease in cats. Learn why regular veterinary care is key to discovering and managing the condition.

More Common Conditions & Treatments

Overactive Thyroid: How Does Hyperthyroidism Affect Cats?

Hyperthyroidism in cats is a common disorder in older cats where their bodies make more hormones than needed. Recognize the signs and symptoms so you can find a treatment plan to help your cat live a long, happy life in spite of their condition.

Can Animals Get Coronavirus? What to Know About Pets and COVID-19

There are very few instances of pets acquiring the virus, and there's no evidence that pets can easily transmit the virus to people, but a new report suggests cat-to-cat transmission is possible. Find out what experts have to say about the virus that causes COVID-19.

What You Need to Know About Caring for Your Pets During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Prepare for your pets' care during the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) just as you would your own. According to veterinarian experts, your emergency kit should include a 30-day supply. The American Veterinary Medical Association provides a list of stock-up essentials.