Feline Bordetella is a highly contagious bacteria that causes upper respiratory infection in felines. Young kittens are at highest risk of dying from Bordetella. Learn how to treat Bordetella and reduce the chance of it spreading through your cattery.
Although it is rare, sometimes a female cat will kill her kittens, or those belonging to another cat. There are several recognized reasons for this type of behavior. The smart cat breeder learns about this strange behavior â€” and how to prevent it.
Clipnosis (a combination of the words "clip" and "hypnosis") is a handy tool for the safe and effective handling of a cat, whether to make grooming easier or performing minor veterinary procedures. Learn more about this technique.
Coccidiosis is a parasitic infection that causes severe diarrhea, especially in weaning kittens or debilitated adult cats. Coccidiosis can cause death, especially in young kittens. This article explains treatment options and an effective way to prevent future infections of coccidia in your cattery.
Although not approved or licensed, the antiviral drug called GS-441524 has been shown to cure cats of FIP in increasing numbers. Learn more about this game-changing injectable treatment for Feline Infectious Peritonitis.
If your cat stops eating for more than 48 hours, it is imperative that it receive nutrition or risk developing liver disease. Learning some simple techniques for force-feeding a kitty may save it from developing a serious health problem.