Posts Tagged ‘Cat Health’

Cat Health for All Nine Lives

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020

Some people think cats make great pets because you can leave them home alone for long stretches of time. Many believe that cats don’t require much interaction, and are content to simply “do their own thing”. 

This couldn’t be further from the truth! 

Cats are actually highly social animals that thrive in a stimulating environment. They are creatures of habit, loyal companions, and intuitive housemates. Cats give their people so much, and they deserve the attention they need to maintain lifelong cat health.

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A Sick Cat Won’t Tell You They Need a Doctor’s Appointment

Wednesday, July 24th, 2019

When we aren’t feeling well we either spend the day in bed to rest and recuperate, or take ourselves to the clinic. Either way, we generally know when we cannot go to work or be around others. 

Cats, on the other hand, try really hard to show the world they are fine –they can’t help it! As a method of self preservation, they are hardwired to mask any signs of “weakness”. Owners might not even realize they have a sick cat until one day Fluff Buddy doesn’t come out of their hiding place. Then what?

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Meowza! It’s National Cat Health Month

Wednesday, February 21st, 2018

There’s something special about cats. Maybe it’s their silky fur and gracefully fluid movements, their love of cardboard boxes, or the way they wind themselves around our ankles when we arrive home after a long day at work. Regardless of the reason, cats hold a special place in our hearts, and it’s hard to imagine life without them.

February is National Cat Health Month, and we couldn’t be more excited here at Berkeley Veterinary Center. Our feline patients are so important to us. It’s our pleasure to share our top tips for cat health and wellness with our readers!

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