Recognizing mites and knowing how to treat them is important to the well being of your pet cat. The mites themselves are a big problem; however, the real danger is your cat scratching itself in an attempt to relieve the itching. This repeated scratching can result in a number of deep wounds, as the itching becomes much more relentless.
We’re here when your pets need us most.
We are here to provide immediate relief for the any of the following:
Minor lacerations, wounds or burns; Skin or nail problems; Asthma or allergic reactions; Limping or lameness; Ear infections; Eye problems; Urinary tract infections; Coughing, sneezing…
Does your cat have any odd behaviors? Yeah, ours too. Cats are eccentric creatures and they all have very unique personalities. Many of their behaviors are just quirks, but others should be taken a little more seriously.
Here are four feline behaviors you should never just ignore.
Vaccines help a cat’s body fight off the invasion of disease-causing organisms. Vaccines themselves are made of antigens – essentially disease impersonators – that teach your cat’s immune system how to recognize and fight off the disease should they ever come into contact with it.