Protecting Cats From Cancer

Cancer does now not just affect humans; cats can also be prone to the adverse impacts of this deadly disease. I have a cat who is called Pip, and in this newsletter, I can be writing about how my family’s experience in dealing with her cancer, advice which the vet made known to us, that ultimately saved and extended her life.

Pip is a lovely and loving cat and an important part of our own family. She is treated like our last child who made us a very happy and comfortable family. Continue reading Protecting Cats From Cancer

Cats And Ring Worm

Ringworm is a very prevalent form of skin disease. This is found in both puppy and cats. Contrary to its name, this skin ailment isn’t resulting from any worm. It’s absolutely because of fungi called Dermatophytes that feed on dead tissues on the surface of the pores and skin, spreading them around the pores and skin of the animal.

With cats, there may be a positive sort of fungi referred to as M Canis that is observed in nearly 95% of all ringworm instances. Continue reading Cats And Ring Worm