Does your cat regularly scratch his ear? Do you find that his ears are particularly dirty? Your pet shakes its head in an unusual way? You think his behavior is abnormal? Your cat may be suffering from an ear infection. This is a condition that is particularly common in cats (as well as dogs), and it is necessary to treat it as soon as possible! This will help prevent complications and relieve your pet's pain.
Cats just like human beings deserves a healthy and a happy life. Their happiness depends entirely on your care and how well you feed them. To some people especially new cat owners, taking care for their cats can be overwhelming. Most of them also lack some information about cats including a cat’s lifespan, what they like and what they don’t like.
Sterilization or castration of the cat eliminates the inconvenience associated with hormonal changes. For the female, for example, this eliminates the heat or even avoids unwanted pregnancy. For the male, the goal of this castration is to reduce the number of reproductions during outings and to avoid behaviors such as urine marking. Castration also helps to avoid many health problems.
Like humans, gastroenteritis can affect cats. The symptoms are quite similar to those we present: vomiting, fatigue, diarrhea in the cat. In this article we will present you the symptoms of gastroenteritis, the causes for which your cat contracted this disease and the ways to cure it..
Cat by nature isn't a heavy drinker, but your cat may not drink enough or too much. Your cat’s need for water varies according to specific criteria. For example: weight, age, gender, outside temperature or diet. Milk is not recommended for your cat. In fact, it must drink mainly with water. Meyou Paris helps you to know its daily needs.
Christmas is one of the most dangerous times of the year for cats. Here’s our advice on how to keep your cat safe during the holiday season. We all know that Christmas is an extremely busy period for shop owners, but it’s also a hectic time for vets. All the things that contribute to making our Christmas so special - such as the beautiful decorations and sumptuous meals - are a also a potential source of danger for our pets and particularly cats.
Who has never wondered if their feline is happy? Meowing, purring, body language are attitudes that need to be deciphered. Meyou Paris helps you to distinguish if your companion is happy to live with you thanks to 10 unmistakable signs!
Like us humans, cats can catch a nasty cold from time to time. In this post, we advise you on how to look after your cat when they’re feeling under the weather. Bouts of sneezing and a runny nose are both sure signs your cat has caught a cold. When this happens us, we know exactly what to do. But when our cats are struck by the same plight, we’re not so sure how to proceed. Fear not! Read on and you’ll soon know exactly what to do.
Cats can vomit for a number of different reasons. Most of the time, it’s perfectly harmless, but vomiting can sometimes be symptomatic of illness. Cats have delicate stomachs so you never know when you might find a little "gift" somewhere around your home. Often, there’s no need to worry; cats can vomit for a number of harmless reasons. However, you shouldn’t treat this behaviour lightly as it can hide a more serious disorder.
Certain foods, perfectly edible for humans, can prove dangerous or even fatal for felines. All that is good for you is not good for your cat. This principle is particularly true with regard to food. Since felines have a metabolism different from ours, some of our foods can indeed prove to be dangerous for them and cause them digestive disorders or even severe poisoning.