Pets are adorable, and the best companions and will follow you blindly almost everywhere, yet for some reason, cat veterinary visits are always a problem. As if the scratches attained during the wrestling match that ensues when you try to put your cat in a carrier is not enough, you have to deal with unlimited hissing and howling as you drive to the clinic. Then comes the long queue as you wait for your turn in the lobby.
To get your cat’s coat to shine, you have to feed it properly, groom it thoroughly, and ensure that it’s in good health, a shiny cat is a happy and healthy cat.
Matted fur and long nails are common pet problems that stump most pet owners. Read on to know how to handle these issues you can keep your pet healthy and comfortable.
National Cat Day was introduced and first celebrated back in 2005 as a unified way of raising awareness to the rising number of destitute and homeless cats both in animal shelters and stranded on the streets.
National Veterinary Technician Week is a time set aside to appreciate the health care experts that ensure pets perform their day to day tasks with ease.
The day that commemorates the arrival of Christopher Columbus into the New World is approaching fast and what’s a better way to celebrate it than a well-deserved outdoor stint with your pet.
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A few pet owners complain that their cats ‘do not love them as much’ as their barking and waggy friends. But is this really true or is it just some superficial observation?