Normal Labor and Delivery in the Cat

Vetsuite Veterinarians General Practice & Preventative Medicine – Theriogenology BE PREPARED Pregnancy and giving birth can be a frightening, confusing and painful experience for both you and your cat. However, understanding proper pregnancy care can help...

Microchipping for your Cat’s Safety

Dr. Dawn Ruben General Practice & Preventative Medicine OVERVIEW Microchips are fast becoming a popular method for permanent identification of pets. The chips are considered reliable and an effective way to identify lost pets. The chip is small, compact and...

The Feeding and Nutrition of Kittens

Ed Kane Nutrition FEEDING PROPERLY FOR GOOD HEALTH Kittens bounce off walls, propel themselves through the air and pounce at warp speed toward anything that moves, especially toys. The only time they seem to slow down is to wash their faces after a satisfying meal....

Obesity in Cats

Dr. Rebecca Remillard Nutrition OVERVIEW Obesity is defined as the excessive accumulation of body fat. At least 25 percent of all cats are considered obese or are likely to become obese. It is the most common nutrition-related health condition in cats in our society....

Gastrointestinal Parasites in Cats

WORMS Most people are aware that their pets have worms, but just what are these worms, where do they get them and how do you get rid of them? When pet owners talk about worms, they are really talking about all gastrointestinal parasites. And there are several...

Pregnancy in Cats

Dr. Debra Primovic General Practice & Preventative Medicine – Theriogenology OVERVIEW Pregnancy is the period of gestation when the young are developing in the mother’s uterus. Normal gestation in cats is 58 to 68 days (the average is 63 days). The litter...