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There's a lot you can do to make your life easier if you have allergies and a cat.
Having a veterinary specialist help care for your kitten may be part of comprehensive pet care plan.
A comprehensive health check for your kitten at six months is an important step toward ensuring a long, healthy life.
Understanding more about pet insurance options, and the choice about a microchip implant for your kitten.
Learn more about the health benefits and best timing for spaying or neutering your kitten.
Monitoring your pet’s body condition score (BCS) can help you help your pet maintain proper growth and weight for a long, healthy life.
Learn more about common parasites that can affect your kitten, how to prevent them and how to treat them.
To help ensure a long, healthy life for your kitten, it’s important to get your kitten immunized early and schedule that first vet vist now.
When you visit your veterinarian, be sure to bring up any questions or concerns regarding your kitten's health.
Cats in Alaska and Hawaii don't come across many skunks, but a chance encounter is entirely possible throughout the rest of the United States, especially in warmer weather.
Regular exercise helps prevent obesity and its associated health risks.
Just like you, your kitten needs immunizations and regular visits to the doctor to maintain optimal health.
Help make your cat's trip to the veterinarian safe and less stressful.
At some point, most cat owners will step into a pile of something that looks and feels like anything but hair and wonder, "Does my cat do this on purpose?"
There are surgical procedures that can make your cat unable to reproduce.
Cats are extremely clean animals, but even the most fastidious cat will benefit from a little help with grooming, especially if they have long hair.
Next to you and your family, a veterinarian is the most important person in your cat's life.
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