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Lauren Jones, VMD
Dec 13, 2021

Losing a pet is more common than people realize. Around 15% of pet parents will lose their cat within the first five years after adopting their pet. It happens in the blink of an eye, despite your best intentions. As part of an emergency plan, it is important to know the… Read More

Sandra C. Mitchell, DVM, DABVP
Dec 08, 2021

You may know the look—you come home after petting another cat and are greeted with the “evil eye” from your feline companion. Your cat seems to know you’ve been around another animal, and it seems to you that they might be envious. But can cats really get jealous? If so,… Read More

Rachel Spah, DVM
Dec 01, 2021

If your cat has not eaten in 24-48 hours, is vomiting, has diarrhea, or is lethargic, seek veterinary care right away. If your feline friend isn’t eating as much as they usually do, or they are not eating at all (anorexia), this is often a sign that they’re not feeling well… Read More

Sandra C. Mitchell, DVM, DABVP
Nov 29, 2021

If your cat has ever gone missing, you know that feeling of dread and worry as you wonder where your pet has gone. It’s only natural to wonder how they got out and whether it’s true that cats can find their own way home. Here are some answers about whether cats have these… Read More

Wailani Sung, MS, PhD, DVM, DACVB
Sep 22, 2021

People with depression experience persistent feelings of sadness and a lack of interest in life. When it comes to cats, it’s impossible to know if they experience the mental state of sadness, but we can observe their behaviors to determine whether they experience a lack of… Read More

Stephanie Betbeze, DVM
Sep 21, 2021

Many people burp after eating a large meal or drinking a beverage. Dogs also routinely burp after drinking a lot of water on a hot summer day. But can cats burp? And if they can, does it mean something is wrong? Here’s what you should know about cat burping and what you… Read More