Does your cat attack you and no one else? Find out why

Why does my cat attack me and no one else? The behavior may have disturbed you a lot. There are several reasons that can make the cat start biting you. Maybe you are not giving it enough attention. The cat may like you to play but you are too busy with your house chores. Some cats will bite because is aggression nearby.

The cat may be locked in the house but outside it has seen other cats or animals that pose danger to its territory. It will start biting as a way of relieving tension. Take time to study the behavior of your cat and you will know the reasons why the cat is biting. Get to research and it will be easy for you to know the reason. Here we are going to break down some of the reopens why your cat is biting you and no one else in your family.

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Cat Beds_ Best & Affordable Ideas for Your Pet (2021 Version)

The best cat beds are designed to make your cat comfortable. Check out the materials used to make the bed and the features available. Therefore, A cat bed with automatic warming feature will keep the cat comfortable during winter.

Family members who invest in high-quality self-warming cat bed enjoy having happy pets. The simple investment you will make in buying the bed will go a long way in keeping your cat comfortable. Above all, You are happy if you can ensure the cat is happy.

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In-Depth Guide On Cat Wound Care

How to do cat wound care? Cats dealing with an extensive wound can become victims of infections, increased inflammation, and/or other unwanted medical conditions. Studies show trauma wounds are a common cause of vet visits among cats and it’s important to understand how to care for cat wounds due to this [1].

Without appropriate cat wound care, it can become difficult to keep your cat in good health.

This is why it’s time to look at the nuances of cat wound care, what to look for, and how to makes sure the cat recovers quickly.

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Kitten Health Guide

Kittens are fragile and delicate creatures and so it is important to follow a kitten health guide. They are susceptible to a number of medical conditions just as human babies are whilst their immune system grows. In addition to that, kittens need extra attention and care to stay healthy and active. This is the foremost responsibility of owners to take care of the overall health and well being of kittens.

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Cat Dental Care

Cat dental care is very important for pet owners. Dental issues are very much common in cats. Generally, dental problems are observed in older cats. Usually, dental conditions are preventable and curable, if you give proper care to your cat. Cat owners ask so many questions about the overall oral care of their beloved cats.

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Common Health Problems in Cats: An Overview

Just like us, there are a number of common health problems in cats which can either be hereditary, due to common issues in certain breeds or develop as they age. Cat owners like to be aware of what signs to look for so they can tend to issues before they develop into something more substantial. As cats cannot tell us if they are unwell, much like young children, we need to be on the lookout for changes, particularly in their behavior and habits.

Naturally, there are often obvious signs such as cat vomiting, cat sores on skin and cat seizure symptoms but often it is small signs such as your cat not eating or your kitten behavior shifts.

Here, we will have a quick look at some common health conditions in cats and their diagnosis and management.

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Common Health Problems of Cat Breeds; A Quick Insight

AUTHOR: DR JOHN ABBASS

DVM M.Phil (Pet diseases & welfare)

There are so many breeds of cats it is difficult to know which is best suited to you and your family. This cat breeds guide aims to help inform your decision as it is helpful to understand the common health problems of cat breeds. If any particular breeds have common health concerns that may become an issue for you as their pet owner it is helpful to include that in your decision about what cat to bring into your family. In this article, we share details for a number of breeds of felines.

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An Ultimate Guide to Care of Cat Claws

AUTHOR: DR JOHN ABBASS

DVM M.Phil (Pet diseases & welfare)

There are many benefits of cat claws for our feline friends. They use these tools for various purposes including scratching, pouncing, climbing, and hunting and to defend themselves from other predators and even humans.

         NOTE: Claw trimming is an essential part of cat grooming.

Here, we will throw light on some important recommendations and tips which you can implement to take care of your cat’s claws.

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A Brief Introduction to Acne in Cats

AUTHOR: DR JOHN ABBASS

DVM M.Phil (Pet diseases & welfare)

Acne is a bigger problem than injuries”.

Dr John Abbass

Acne in cats is a cringe-worthy word to hear for humans. As people, we are all too familiar with the topic of acne but perhaps you do not realise cat acne is also fairly common. As a veterinarian, I am often asked about cat blackheads, black spot on cat’s chin and cat acene treatment. It is not uncommon to have a pet owner visit me concerned about a cat pimple on lip. Cat acne is a dirty skin problem that is most frequent in those breeds of cats which have long fur and many skin folds.

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An Ultimate Guide to Cat Flu

AUTHOR: DR JOHN ABBASS
DVM M.Phil (Pet diseases & welfare)

Cats are prone to many diseases, just like human beings, so having a sick cat symptom checker of sorts can be very handy. Cat flu is somewhat similar to human flu. Many cat owners want to know the “signs my cat is sick” and often want to know about cat flu, its pathogenesis, causes, mode of transmission and management.

In this article we will provide a brief overview of feline flu under the light of scientific literature.

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