Feline Parasites

If you notice your cat doing the booty scootin' boogie, that means it's time to see the vet. While it's no one's favorite subject to learn about, researching different cat parasites and warning signs can help save your kitty from a lot of discomfort—or worse. Check out expert advice on recognizing and treating feline parasites as well as preventing future outbreaks.

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Could Your Cat Have Hookworms? Detecting, Treating, and Preventing Hookworms in Cats
Hookworms might not be the most common parasite that affects cats, but they are one of the most dangerous.
Does Your Cat Have Giardia? Here Are the Signs of This Parasitic Infection
If your kitty recently developed a case of diarrhea, this common parasite may be the cause.
Scabies in Cats Is Rare, But Here's What to Watch For
Very few indoor kitties are at risk for this disease, but outdoor roamers may need closer attention. Here’s what a veterinarian recommends.
Is Cat Lice Common? Here's What You Should Know
These pesky parasites could be a problem for outdoor cats—but there are preventative measures you can take.
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Tried-and-True Tips and Tricks for Managing Ticks on Cats
Handling a tick on your cat may make your skin crawl, but these pesky parasites are preventable and manageable when handled with care.
How to Spot, Treat, & Prevent Heartworms in Cats

Heartworms affect cats differently than dogs. Learn the signs and symptoms of heartworm disease in cats to help prevent heartworm-associated respiratory disease (HARD).